Sabira Ståhlberg’s popular book about languages, multilingualism and language learning has now been published in German with the title Bunte Sprache.
Sabira Ståhlberg’s Easy-to-read work Multicoloured book, for all who change languages and cultures, has recently been published in German.
Sabira Ståhlberg’s multilingual poem “Balalar of imperier – Children of Empires” with more than 40 languages has been published in Journal of Literary Multilingualism.
A journey into the depths of the Polyglocean: Sabira (Ståhlberg) talks and walks about in a polyglot author’s life.
Cultural adaptation of a spy from Finland in the Balkans is the topic of Sabira Ståhlberg’s chapter “Sipping Coffee with the Enemy: Otto von Essen in Moldavia, Wallachia, and Bulgaria (1829-1830)”.
The journey by Göran Schildt in 1963 to Bulgaria and Romania is discussed in a new article about multilingual and multicultural strategies.
New haiku videos have been published on YouTube channel Bokpil Multilingual.
Sabira Stahlberg’s new poetry book Wan Sun discusses Anthropocene, the period when human activities influence Nature.
Three new videos about multilingualism have recently been published on the YouTube-channel Bokpil Multilingual.
On three Mondays in October 2019 a multilingual writing workshop, Colourful Writing, was organised at Luckan in Helsingfors (Helsinki). The workshop leader was the author Sabira Ståhlberg.
Welcome to an exciting three-day workshop at Luckan and meet interesting people! Enjoy sharing stories together and write your own story.
Tell your own story and listen to the stories of others. We all have something to tell, real or invented stories, from our family or relatives, or something we have heard. Life in Finland and elsewhere and meetings between people can be sources for funny, thought-provoking and interesting stories.