Prague Writers‘ Festival is a literary event, presenting the world of literature as a place of social and cultural dialogue. It originated in late-seventies London when Michael March (PWF‘s President) began organizing international poetry readings at Keat House. The first Prague Writers’ Festival took place at Valdštejn Palace in May 1991 and was themed “Wedding Preparations in the Country.” Over the next twenty years, Prague Writers‘ Festival became increasingly more an essential event in Prague‘s cultural scene. Now, it is "one of the most engaging cultural events in Prague and one of the most notable literary events in Europe.
The motto of this edition: Beauty Saves the World
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