New translations

Mehis Heinsaar

Den natblå baret og andre spøjse historier

Öösinine barett ja muud naljakad lood (Short stories, Danish)

Transl: Birgita Bonde Hansen
Published by Apuleius' Æsel, 2020, pp. 220

Tõnu Õnnepalu


Harjutused (Novels, English)

Transl: Adam Cullen
Published by Dalkey Archive Press, 2020, pp. 296

Arvo Valton

Ливонский Ганнибал, или день жизни Иво Шенкенберга

Üks päev Ivo Schenkenbergi elust (Novels, Russian)

Transl: Vera Prohorova
Published by KPD, 2020, pp. 154

Ilmar Taska

Pobeda 1946

Pobeda 1946 (Novels, Dutch)

Transl: Frans van Nes
Published by Nobelman, 2020

Jaan Kross

A szökés (válogatott elbeszélések)

Põgenemine (valitud jutustused) (Short stories, Hungarian)

Transl: Béla Jávorszky
Published by Széphalom Könyvműhely, 2020, pp. 311

Andrus Kivirähk

Tilda un putekļu eņģelis

Tilda ja tolmuingel (Children's, Latvian)

Transl: Guntars Godiņš
Published by Zvaigzne ABC, 2020, pp. 140

Lennart Meri

Серебристо-белый путь Леннарта Мери

Hõbevalge (Travelogues, Russian)

Transl: Ain Toots, Grigori Trapido, Leivi Šer
Published by Aleksandra, 2020, pp. 360

Maarja Kangro, Jan Kaus, Juku-Kalle Raid

Я - твоё стихотворение. Эстонские поэты в переводах Елены Скульской

Ma olen su luuletus. Eesti luulet Jelena Skulskaja tõlkes (Anthologies, Russian)

Transl: Jelena Skulskaja
Published by Kite, 2020, pp. 145

Indrek Koff

Visu dienu labiņi

Ilusti (Children's, Latvian)

Transl: Maima Grīnberga
Published by Jānis Roze, 2020, pp. 53

Armin Kõomägi

Само совершенство. Рассказы. Новеллы

Täius (Novels, Russian)

Transl: Vera Prohorova
Published by KPD, 2020, pp. 172


Two Estonian writers were on stage at the Frankfurt Book Fair in the frame of Finnland. Cool-program.


Andrus Kivirähk is awarded with the most prestigious French prize for speculative fiction for his novel „The Man Who Spoke Snakish“.

Tõnu Õnnepalu's novel "Radio" will be launched at Waterstones Gower Str in London on June 2 at 6.15 pm. >>

Maima Grinberga received an Author’s Prize of the Latvian Authors’ Society for her translation from the Estonian into the Latvian language of the grand novel by Jaan Kross, „Between Three Plagues“.


J.P. Minaudier will receive a big translation award from francophones called Les mots d’Or de la francophonie for his translation of the novel by Andrus Kivirähk "The Man Who Spoke Snakish" from Estonian into French.


February 10 to 16 is a week of Estonian literature in Finland with two dozens of literary events all over the country.


Doris Kareva and Jürgen Rooste were present at the launch of a CD released by Warner Classics in London.


Estonian Foreign Minister Urmas Paet presented Foreign Ministry cultural stipends for 2013 to Kristiina Ehin and Ilmar Lehtpere, her translator into English. 

Estonia was present at the Helsinki Book Fair from 23 to 27 October, 2013. For the first time after being in focus in 2011, we had a stand with a selection of books to browse and buy. Apart from that, there was an extensive program with Estonian authors on stage. >>
Estonia was on stage at the Turku Book Fair, 4 to 6 October, 2013. >>

Meelis Friedenthal, the author of a gripping novel titled Bees was awarded the European Union Prize for Literature.


Kristiina Ehin and musician Silver Sepp will be on a tour in the USA and Canada from September 20 to October 16, 2013.

Mathura alias Margus Lattik has won the first prize of the annual contest of contemporary devotional writing in India. >>

Tiit Aleksejev performed at a Nordic literary evening in the frame of Book World Prague.

Hungarian translation of the first part of Apothecary Melchior stories has appeared. >>
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