Consuelo Triviño en Chateau de Lavigny
Fecha de publicación: 22-jul-2016 18:29:52
Lectura de Consuelo Triviño el día 14 de agosto 2016 en el Chateau de Lavigny, Suiza.
LECTURE/READING: 14 AOUT/AUGUST 2016, 18H00
DENIS HIRSON (FRANCE/GRANDE-BRETAGNE), BEN OKRI (NIGERIA/GRANDE-BRETAGNE), ADINE SAGALYN (FRANCE/USA), GABOR SCHEIN (HONGRIE), CONSUELO TRIVINO-ANZOLA (ESPAGNE/COLOMBIE), JAKOB ZIGUNAS (POLOGNE/AUSTRALIE)
Denis Hirson lives just outside Paris. He has written seven books in English, most of them crossing the frontier between lyrical prose and narrative poetry, and mainly concerned with the memory of South Africa under apartheid. His first slim book written in French, and about French, will soon be published.
Ben Okri has published ten novels as well as many collections of poetry, short stories and essays. He won the Booker Prize in 1991, with The Famished Road. His latest poetry collection, Wild, came out in 2011, and a novel, The Age of Magic, in 2014. He is a fellow of the Royal Society of Literature and has received the OBE and numerous international literary prizes.
Adine Sagalyn has written film scripts, radio plays, and edited a book of essays by French women writers exploring their relationships with their fathers. She works as a portrait and fine art photographer. She is currently writing about her grandmother, Suzanne Schwartz, sister of the Russian writer, Samuil Marshak.
Gábor Schein. A Hungarian poet and writer, Gábor Schein has published many volumes of poetry, four novels, plays and essays on literature and politics. His works have received grants and awards in Hungary and abroad and been translated into many languages. He will read selections from his poetry and his novels The Autobiographies of an Angel and Mordechai's book. Photo Studio Bakos
Consuelo Triviño Anzola est auteur de trois romans et quatre livres de contes. Ses romans abordent l'enfance, l'exil et l'histoire. Ses récits montrent ce que a de surprenant le monde quotidien. Prohibido salir a la calle (1998) est considéré parmi les meilleurs romans colombiens. Elle travaille à l'Institut Cervantes depuis 1997.
Jakob Ziguras is a poet, philosopher and translator. His debut collection, Chains of Snow (Pitt Street Poetry, 2013), was shortlisted for the Prime Minister’s Literary Awards. The Sepia Carousel is forthcoming in 2016. He is currently working on his third book, Venetian Mirrors, and translating the Polish poets Stanisław Barańczak and Aleksander Wat.