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Sur les Chemins Noirs (Tesson, Gallimard, 2016) Qu’est-ce qu’un dispositif ? (Agamben, Rivages Poche, 2014) Quel rapport? Le premier est le récit d’une marche salvatrice du Sud au Nord de la France, des terres de calcaire aux terres de granit. Loin du béton, du bitume, des ronds-points, des appareils légaux, […]
This event does not take place at Librebook. Pour célébrer la Journée Internationale de la Langue maternelle et de la diversité linguistique, l’Instituto Camões organise une double rencontre lusophone en ses locaux de l’Université Libre de Bruxelles, avec Afonso Cruz, lauréat du Prix de Littérature de l’Union Européenne (EUPL) et […]
Slovenian House at the Slovenian Embassy in Belgium kindly invites you in our bookshop to an evening on the legendary Slovenian poet Tomaž Šalamun (1941-2014), a monument of European poetry. The “general of the avant-garde”, as his nickname was, is mentioned in the same breath with Nobel Prize winners such […]
Hello sunshine ! The weather is always great among books. You can come and enjoy it… even on Sundays. Extra opening days in December: SUN 15/12 12h-18h SUN 22/12 12h-18h MON 23/12 12h-18h TUE 24/12 12h-18h Discover our new selection of novels, graphic novels, children literature, essays, cooking books… See […]
(This event does not take place at Librebook) Exactly 30 years ago the communist dictator Nicolae Ceauşescu was ousted from power. The Romanian writers Gabriela Adameşteanu, Mircea Cărtărescu, Ioana Pârvulescu and Cătălin Pavel were aged respectively 47, 33, 29 and 13 when in 1989 their country experienced this total revolution. […]
Kids, parents, grand-parents, friends… Be welcome to the third Saturday literary spread, our November series of children’s literature events. For this third and last literary spread of November, children from 8yo will enjoy a creative workshop with the fantastic Fabio Dose. They will discover techniques of crafting paper, which adults […]
Acustimantico is an Italian music band who writes and plays original songs mixing diverse expressive styles. As a result their musical poetry encompasses songwriting, ethnic music, pop and jazz. Entrance fee (10 euros) includes one drink. You can listen to Acustimantico here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLC6166138ECF00414