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FILBo 2022: Narrative Journalism and the Power of Stories

Ever wondered how a story can change society? These three writers and journalists have built real change through their storytelling.

FILBo is back! Here’s what FILBo 2022 has in store for visitors

Until May 2, the Feria del Libro will be back – in person – and there’s plenty to see and do. Here’s a run down of what to expect at this year’s event.

FILBo: Patients and patience in the Colombian healthcare system

Paciente focuses on the experience of one woman as she deals with both her daughter’s cancer and bureaucracy and inefficiency in the Colombian healthcare system.

Where to get a coffee at FILBo 2019

Wherever your literary interests lie, the sheer enormity of books, talks and events on offer at FILBo will leave you footsore and in need of a pitstop. A guide to your Corferias caffeine fix

Calle y Poché: homegrown Youtubers top the FILBo bill

Calle y Poché, two twenty-something Colombianas who have garnered over 6 million subscribers. They have just released their first book Si, Si es Contigo.

FILBo 2019: It’s my party

FILBo is back, this year celebrating everything from Colombia's bicentenary to 50 years since Stonewall.

Seeing, thinking, feeling: Teju Cole at FILBo

We interview acclaimed American author Teju Cole after his fascinating panel at FILBo 2018, discussing his history, work and that particular perspective required of an author.

Where to relax in FILBo: A naturalist’s guide

We engage in some legally questionable practices in order to find you the best spot to rest your feet.

Drawing on Inspiration: Ilustrar para sentir at FILBo

The FILBo panel discussion entitled “Ilustrar Para Sentir” or, “Illustrate to Feel,” was represented by participants from three different countries characterised by three different native tongues.

You’re sending me dotty: Braille workshops at FILBo

Braille is named after its inventor, Louis Braille, a Frenchman who developed the coded system in 1824 after a childhood accident blinded him.. As part of the ‘More ways to read’ section of FILBo, multiple workshops on reading and writing braille have been organised in the FILBo: Talleres space.