We are very excited to announce a new ILFDublin podcast series, Portals. Hosted by Caelainn Hogan, Portals takes listeners beyond their radius, through conversations with a half-dozen writers based across the globe, all of whom were scheduled to read at
At ILFDublin, the safety of our audiences, festival guests, staff and volunteers is of paramount importance. In respect of recent developments regarding the Covid-19 pandemic, we have made the decision to postpone this year’s festival. We look forward
PLEASE NOTE NEW DEADLINE, NEW EVENT DATE AND ONLINE DOCUMENT SUBMISSION FACILITY **Deadline for postal entries to be received is Mon 31 August.** **Successful entrants invited to attend event at Smock Alley Theatre on Sat 24 October.** Register your
We're delighted to announce a new initiative for International Literature Festival Dublin: Compass. We're seeking event proposals from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) individuals and groups with stories to share, with a view to showcasing
International Literature Festival Dublin is delighted to be supporting Jane Mitchell as one of the recipients of the Children's Books Ireland and Tyrone Guthrie Centre At Annaghmakerrig Bursary Awards for Mid-Career Children’s Books Artists. The 2019 Festival welcomed
Did you enjoy your experience at ILFDublin 2019? Are there things about the festival you feel could be improved? We're eager to hear your thoughts and would appreciate if you could take a few minutes to complete our post-festival survey.