Sunday Salon

Monday Salon with Rory Maclean

Rory Maclean, ‘one of Britain’s most expressive and adventurous travel writers’ and author of more than a dozen books, including recent bestseller Berlin: Imagine A City, is returning to Berlin this summer. (more…)

Sunday Salon #6: The Devil’s Library with Tom Pugh

Tom Pugh

This November 20th, Berlin’s own Tom Pugh will be joining us  at Galander, Kreuzberg, where the candlelight ushers you in and the whiskey urges you to linger. Tom will be reading from his debut novel ‘The Devil’s Library’ (Crux Press, 2016) which follows two sixteenth-century adventurers on their quest to obtain ancient, heretical texts. (more…)

Sunday Salon #5: Berlin Short Fiction Prize

On Sunday September 4th we held our fifth Sunday Salon when, along with our partners from Exberliner, we’ll be celebrating the winners of our 2016 Short Fiction Prize. (more…)

And the winner is …

The results of this year’s competition are now available on our Competition page! (more…)

Sunday Salon #4: ‘Rabbit’s Bad Habits/Connect’ with Julian Gough

On June 16th, our last Sunday Salon before September, we were in the company of award-winning author and pig thief, Julian Gough. Quite the Renaissance man, Julian once sang in underground pop band Toasted Heretic. He’s published novels, poetry, a children’s book, not to mention writing the ending to Minecraft. (more…)

Sunday Salon #3: SLAVE TO THE ALGORITHM

In March, we were delighted to welcome artist, writer, critic and creative director Michael Salu to the salon… (more…)