Previous media coverage
The 5th Literary Street Festival took place on 11 September 2021.
13.09.2021. Tallinn. Kadriorg hosted the fifth Literary Street Festival.
11.09.2021. Capital. Photobank. Literary Street Festival.
11.09.2021. ERR Culture Portal. GALLERY: In Kadriorg, Koidula Street became a literary street.
11.09.2021. Eesti Päevaleht. PHOTOS: Kadriorg hosted a crowded fifth literary street festival.
11.09.2021. Apollo Book Portal. Eia Uus explains why her new book has such a peculiar look and why it’s going to creak.
11.09.2021. Vikerraadio at the Literary Street Festival. Maarja Vaino, Viivi Luik, Joonas Hellerma and Sirje Ender “”How can a book save the world?”.
11.09.2021. Vikerraadio at the Literary Street Festival. Andres Adamson and Andres Kasekamp. The discussion is based on Eduard Laaman’s book “The Vapside Vandeselts. Based on forensic investigation”.
11.09.2021. ERR Culture Portal. Recording from the Literary Street Festival. A conversation between Jaak Jõerüüd and Marin Mõttus on “The writer as diplomat: trouble or a blessing”.
11.09.2021. Vikerraadio. Maarja Vaino. Old catalogues need reprinting.
PRE-ACT 2021. to the 5th annual Literary Street Festival:
10.09.2021. Apollo Book Portal. The Literary Street Festival is a chance to support victims of violence against women.
10.09.2021. Radio Kuku. Awakener: Maarja Vaino – Literary Street Festival.
09.09.2021. Eesti Päevaleht. From a forest shelter dedicated to Kaplinsky to literary street art: Another literary festival in Kadriorg.
08.09.2021. Postimees. This Saturday sees the fifth edition of the Literary Street Festival.
05.09.2021. Tallinn Television. The Literary Street Festival in Kadriorg is back.
02.09.2021. ERR Culture Portal. The Literary Street Festival dedicates a part of the forest to Kaplinsky.
25.06.2021. Apollo Book Portal. September sees the fifth Literary Street Festival.