Selected Literature

Berlin writes many stories. Anyone who lives and studies here knows this.

That's why we invite all students who write literary texts to present them in our projects, develop them further and network with others. General information about our offers can be found here and current events can be found here event Calendar. If you would like to receive active information from us about literary events and calls for proposals, then subscribe to the literature newsletter, which we send at irregular intervals:


The “TextTransit” writing group is designed to be intercultural. Students learn to improve their literary writing under the guidance of authors. More information is available here. 

Networking spaces

Photo: Franziska Hauser

Photo: Franziska Hauser

Students who take part in a project can also get to know the participants in the other literary projects. 

This is how new inspiration arises and author networks can emerge: On the open reading platform, read away! Our city clerk and participant in the TextTransit writing group also reads. In addition, all TextTransit participants from different semesters can get to know each other in the open TextTransit networking space. 

All students who participate in our literary projects also have the opportunity to submit their texts as a blog post or spoken to publish with us. 

Book club

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Photo: Pexels on Pixabay

Our book club revolves around the topics of anti-racism, feminism and intersectionality. Join the discussion! There is more information here. 

Literature anthology

Our literary anthology “A house is sunning itself on Weserstrasse” with texts by student authors was published in 2020. More information is available here. 

Impressions from our readings