Check out the fourth issue of the Trafika Europe literary quarterly, free online.
Trafika Europe 4 – Armenian Rhapsody features new Armenian writing by Nara Vardanyan, Anahit Hayrapetyan, Marine Petrossian, Armen of Armenia and Sargis Hovsepyan, plus stunning Italian verse, densely beautiful German prose, superb Romanian poetry, Ukrainian science fiction, and some startling artwork.
Some of the best new literature from Europe
Trafika Europe invites you to check out its brand new quarterly issue, free and available online.
Trafika Europe 3 – Latvian Sojourn showcases great contemporary writing from Latvia, featuring Oswalds Zebris, Edvīns Raups, Jānis Einfelds, Māra Zālīte, Inga Ābele and Nora Ikstenas.
Plus, enjoy new Saami and Croatian poetry, Bulgarian fiction, and something from the Greek avant-garde.
It’s also bulging with art photos taken in and around Riga by two rising lights of Latvian photograpy, Katrina Kepule and Andrejs Strokins. Enjoy! (Cover photo here is by Kristine Sergejeva.) And let us know what you think, we’d love to hear from you. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Trafika Europe already brings you some of the best new literature from across Europe, with our online quarterly journal. Now we’re getting ready to launch our online radio — Europe’s first literary radio station!
Please check out our campaign brochure here! If you like what you see there, then there’s a ==> link to our campaign <== which you can follow, to get some great rewards, and lots more info about this exciting project.
This is real community literary radio for Europe. We plan to host all original content, with audio shows in English language from partner-producers across the continent, showcasing some of the best new literature and events in Europe. We really need your help to make this a reality, so please check us out!
Inquiries about participating in our radio are also welcome. Email: email@example.com.
And thanks! We hope to see you there.