Homegrown literary arts festival for young and emerging writers of the stage


The Kuala Lumpur Youth Literary Arts Festival (KLYLAF) on June 24-26 features the theme “No Invitation Necessary”, an apt representation of its spirit of openness, diversity, inclusivity and community. Photo: MY Poetry School

Come as you are to the inaugural Kuala Lumpur Youth Literary Arts Festival (KLYLAF) on June 24-26, with a handful of arts venues across the Klang Valley participating.

Yes, they really mean it: the festival’s theme is “No Invitation Necessary”, an apt representation of its spirit of openness, diversity, inclusivity and community.

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