Debrecen Literary Days, also known as “Debreceni Irodalmi Napok” in Hungarian, is an annual literary festival and cultural event that takes place in the city of Debrecen, Hungary. This event celebrates Hungarian literature, poetry, and the arts, and it provides a platform for writers, poets, scholars, and artists to showcase their work and engage with the public.
The festival typically features a diverse range of literary genres, including poetry, prose, drama, and non-fiction and often invites prominent Hungarian authors, poets, and literary figures to participate as guest speakers, read their works, and engage in discussions about literature and the arts.
The specific program and featured authors can vary from year to year, making each edition of Debrecen Literary Days a unique and enriching experience for both participants and attendees. It serves as an important platform for the promotion and preservation of Hungarian literary heritage while also embracing contemporary trends in literature and the arts.