A journey into the depths of the Polyglocean: Sabira (Ståhlberg) talks and walks about in a polyglot author’s life.
New haiku videos have been published on YouTube channel Bokpil Multilingual.
A series of blog texts about Easy to Read by Sabira Stahlberg, Maria Viitasalo and the Bokpil team has been published on the Bokpil website.
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.
Write in many languages and find new ways to express yourself!
Discover exciting possibilities!
We write together in Swedish, English and other languages. Writing workshop at Luckan
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.
The most polyglot author of Finland, Sabira Ståhlberg, wrote a few years ago a multilingual poetry collection, which was presented at several book fairs.
After its German translation, also an English translation has been published.
Autorin Sabira Ståhlbergs mehrsprachige Dichtsammlung Polyglotta sabirica wurde von Gruppe Bie übersetzt. Jetzt ist die Übersetzung von Lecti Book Studio auch als E-Buch Polyglorica+ mit einigen weiteren Gedichten erschienen.
Eight new Easy Reads by Sabira Ståhlberg have been published in English. More information on Lecti Book Studio website and Bokpil.
When: Thursday 19 October 2017 at 18:00 Where: Veranda at Luckan, Georgsgatan, Helsingfors Welcome to an exciting writing workshop! Discover how you can express yourself in elegant finlandssvenska. Learn more about unwritten rules in Swedish-language communication. Together with author Sabira Ståhlberg we will write different…