CITY-LIT BERLIN

Introduced by Rory Maclean, author of Berlin: Imagine a City


Experience the haunting and exciting city of Berlin as never before, in the company of over sixty of its most fascinating writers. Join them as

Christopher Isherwood takes us to the cabaret

David Bowie cycles through the city

Anna Funder remembers Stasiland

Ian McEwan overhears talk in a Berlin bar

Christabel Bielenberg wouldn't live anywhere else

David Hare contemplates a famous memorial

Marlene Dietrich receives a graveside homage

Chloe Aridjis shows us around town

John Simpson sees the Wall come down

... and much, much more.


'Brilliant ... the best way to get under the skin of a city. The perfect read for travellers and book lovers of all ages' Kate Mosse, author of Labyrinth

'This fascinating anthology explores what it is really like to be a Berliner' The Guardian

'A fascinating cornucopia of Berlin writing. The beauty of this clever series is the breadth and reach of its contributors, be they artists, musicians, musos or writers - in turn, each lays claim to the city' Real Travel Magazine

'This is a sublime introduction to the city ... experience the city's unique magic and appeal through the eyes of writers alert to its every nuance and subtlety' The Sydney Morning Herald

'Superb anthology that provides an intellectual tour of Berlin' Rough Guide to Berlin

'This collection combines literature with travel writing in brilliant bite-size morsels' Daunts Bookshop


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