Finland: week of Estonian literature
Different places in Finland
13.02.2017 – 17.02.2017
On February 13-17, 2017, the week of Estonian literature takes place in various locations in Finland.
Discussions will take place on the subject of Estonian names, viewpoints widened with the help of poetry, Estonian children’s literature admired, discussions held on literature in general, translating Estonian literature into Finnish and the countless joys and challenges of that.
Kätlin Kaldmaa, Kairi Look, Peeter Päll, Triin Soomets, Jaan Undusk and Sanna Immanen will participate in the week of Estonian literature. Among them, Jaan Undusk is also represented in the Estonian Institute’s anthology “Nippernaati 2”. Translator Sanna Immanen is the editor-in-chief of “Nippernaati 2” and the current deputy head of the Estonian Institute in Finland.
Exciting interviews with writers can be followed via live broadcast on the website of Tuglas Society.
The literature week’s publication Helmi can be obtained at the venues of the events and Helsinki’s Estonian House.
The Estonian Institute would like to thank the partners and organisers of the event:
Tuglas Society, Estonian Literature Centre, Estonian Writers’ Union, Union of Estonian Societies in Finland, Majaoja-säätiö, Estonian Children’s Literature Centre
Estonian Institute wishes to thank our partners and organisers::
Tuglas Society, Estonian Literature Centre, Estonian Writer’s Union, The Union of Finnish Estonian Societies, Majaoja-säätiö, The Estonian Children’s Litterature Centre