Thursday, April 05, 2007

... and I'm working that week

Black & Blue: Mediterranean Noir Comes to New York, April 25-28, is dedicated to the memory of Jean-Claude Izzo. Its programs of readings and discussions includes appearances by Yasmina Khadra, Carlo Lucarelli, Massimo Carlotto and Alicia Gimenez-Bartlett and a documentary film featuring Lucarelli and Andrea Camilleri.

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7 Comments:

Blogger sauron said...

A big program..

April 06, 2007  
Blogger sauron said...

..and a big Italian presence.

April 06, 2007  
Blogger Peter said...

The one night that I think I will be able to attend will take place at the Italian cultural center in New York. It includes readings by Carlo Lucarelli and Massimo Carlotto and the film with Andrea Camilleri and Carlotto -- a good reason to read some of their books the next few weeks. They've both been on my list for a while.

April 06, 2007  
Blogger sauron said...

I would like to be at conference...
I envy you!
Bye

April 06, 2007  
Blogger Peter said...

Ha! And now I have a dilemma: two of my favorite Swedish writers are giving a reading in Toronto the same night! My true solution would be to go hear Nesser and Tursten on Wednesday, then get someone to work for me on Friday so I could go to New York for Khadra, Lucarelli and Carlotto. What decisions!

April 06, 2007  
Anonymous LauraRoot said...

thanks for the link, shame it's the wrong continent for me! there's some very useful info about the authors as well if you check out the link.

now you just need to figure out how to be in 2 places at once

April 10, 2007  
Blogger Peter said...

Yes, I had checked out the links and found them useful.

One the one hand, I've been reading and discussing Yasmina Khadra for a while. One the other, Tursten and Nesser are more recent interests. New York is cheaper and easier to get to, but my brother lives in Toronto, and I could visit him. On the other hand, I was just there last week.

Decisions, decisions!

April 10, 2007  

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