Writing in the Mediterranean

Writing in the Mediterranean
This directory has two main objectives: encouraging mobility of writers in the Mediterranean basin and promoting Mediterranean cooperation between book professionals be them co-productions, co-editions or any type of projects between different countries…

Writing in the Mediterranean presents more than fifty centres of creativity in twelve countries. This directory exists in three separate versions – French, Arabic and English – and in a trilingual version. Its clickable form enables an easy navigation from country to country, from residency to residency.

The Agency would like to organise a series of forums between the listed residencies in order to create a space for dialogue: good practices, places and conditions for writing today in different countries, good mutual knowledge of contemporary Mediterranean literature…

www.livre-paca.org/data/static/docs/repertoire-des-residences-dauteurs.pdf (In French)

The digital format of the directory enables the insertion of corrections.
Do not hesitate to contribute by contacting:
Agence régionale du Livre
8/10, rue des Allumettes
13098 Aix-en-Provence cedex 2
France
www.livre-paca.org
claire.castan@livre-paca.org
Tel: +33 4 42 91 65 26
Fax: +33 4 42 27 01 60



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