The fourth Tinos International Literary Festival will take place in the Greek island of Tinos from July 24 to 26. The audience will have the chance to discover the work of 20 writers and poets from China, USA, Mexico, Israel, Denmark, Croatia, Albania, Kurdistan, and, of course, Cyprus and Greece.
Local musicians and dancers will present traditional songs and dances, making the festival more than just a literary event. The festivities will take place in Chora, Dyo Horia and Pirgos. The festival, organized by the Cultural Foundation of Tinos, the Panhellenic Holy Foundation of Evangelistria of Tinos and local municipalities with the support of the island’s business community, aims to evolve into a great event for the Greek literary scene.
Tinos International Literary Festival aims to present the various cultural sides of Tinos while making the island a reference point and meeting place of international contemporary literature.
The program includes public speeches, readings, discussions, roundtable meetings between the public and the writers, in combination with local music and dances.
Authors and poets will read their work in their native language, while the texts will be available in Greek and English translations.