This Autumn, in partnership with EUNIC (European Union National Institutes of Culture), we invite you to meet a number of well-known writers from all over Europe.
Renowned writers, actors and journalists will read extracts from our guest writers’ work in the presence of the writers themselves at an event at the Book Arcade (Stoa tou Vivliou). Each reading will be followed by a conversation with the writer and will be repeated so that everyone will have the opportunity to take part in all the readings.
This year’s writers are:
- Adam Baron (British Council)
- Hervé Le Tellier (French Institute)
- Angelika Reitzer (Austrian Embassy)
- Care Santos (Instituto Cervantes)
- Matei Visniec (Romanian Embassy)
- Eleni Kefala, Andreas Karayan and Lefkios Zafeiriou (House of Cyprus)
- Marketa Malisova (Czech Embassy)
- David Safier (Goethe-Institut Athen)
- Kari Hesthamar (Norwegian Embassy)
Admission is free.
Biography: Adam Baron
Adam Baron is a principal lecturer in Creative Writing at Kingston University, teaching on the undergraduate, MA and MFA programmes and Director of Studies for the MA. During his versatile career he has been an actor, literary editor, comedy writer and performer. Adam is a published author and his crime novels Shut Eye and Hold Back the Night were both adapted into BBC drama series in 2009–10. His fifth novel, Blackheath, will be published in early 2016 by Myriad Editions. His crime fiction novel Super Jack has been published in Greek by Indiktos Publications.
As part of the European Literary Walk, Adam Baron will take part in a discussion with writer and journalist Yiannis Ragos (13.00–14.15).
For further information, please contact Maria Papaioannou:
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