Call for Book Submissions for “Books at Berlinale”

Till November 26, publishers and literary agents can submit their new novels for the upcoming edition of Books at Berlinale.

Call for Book Submissions for “Books at Berlinale”

Till November 26, publishers and literary agents can submit their new novels for the upcoming edition of Books at Berlinale.

Surrounded by the 33 letters: The Guest of Honour Pavilion

The Guest of Honour Pavilion is the main place where you can experience the diversity of Georgian literature and culture.

32 projects will be supported by GNBC In the framework of the third Application Period of the program “Georgian Literature in Translation” 2018

NEW BOOKS

  • Anyone who has experienced real love, will have personally tasted death.
  • I cannot consider anything lost if I didn’t give it up of my own free will. 
  • Why does the bad need enemies, when the good always has enemies?
  • It is better to prosper as a slave, than to die seeking freedom. 
  • What avails me the knowledge of the philosophizing of the philosophers! Therefore are we taught that we may be united with choir of the heavenly hosts.
  • The earth is a big book, lit up by the sun and the moon, inhabited by countless living tales.
  • For every heart to be able to open up to meet others’ hearts, utterly, wholly, cosmically, a fragmented god must probably be made whole.
  • If the headwaters are muddy, it is pointless to look for clear water downstream.
  • Even if you kill a swallow, spring will still come.
  • Men cannot talk about their own failures, but they will immediately talk of others.
  • Non-existence begins when you forget or lose the sound of your mother’s voice, or else when when your mother’s voice is, by her own wish and desire, withdrawn from you. 
  • The lion’s whelps are equal, be they male of female.
  • In this world nobody withers earlier than a writer if he isn’t listened to. I want to be the sort of writer that won’t wither, if only for one person in Georgia.
  • The life of certain men is like a novel written by a mediocre writer… when you get to the end you say, ‘I wish I hadn’t read it.’ 
  • Konstantine Gamsakhurdia
  • Otar Chiladze
  • Vazha-Pshavela
  • Akaki Tsereteli
  • Shota Rustaveli
  • Goderdzi Chokheli
  • Grigol Robakidze
  • Ilia Chavchavadze
  • Akaki Tsereteli
  • Vazha-Pshavela
  • Otar Chiladze
  • Shota Rustaveli
  • Goderdzi Chokheli
  • Konstantine Gamsakhurdia