Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Marek Krajewski at the London Literature festival

The full programme for July's London Literature Festival is online at the Southbank Centre website. Crime writers aren't much in evidence. Marek Krajewski is appearing on the following panel:
Saturday 12 July 2008, 3.30pm

James Hopkin, Marek Krajewski and Joanna Pawluskiewicz discuss Poland as a setting for their fiction, and the cultural journeys that writers make between different countries. James Hopkins' Winter Under Water charts a cross-cultural love affair in an unfamiliar city. Marek Krajewski's Death in Breslau is the latest novel in his Eberhard Mock quartet. Joanna Pawluskiewicz is a hotly-tipped new voice whose fiction explores the Polish experience in the USA.
Read the Euro Crime review of Death in Breslau. Coming soon: an interview with Marek Krajewski at Crime Scraps plus his review of Death in Breslau for Euro Crime.

Also from the crime fiction world will be Julian Clary and Stella Duffy who will be in the Lavender Library session:
Tuesday 15 July 2008, 7.30pm

A special festival event celebrating queer literature. Julian Clary, Dave McAlmont, Andy Bell, Maureen Duffy, Stella Duffy, Paul Burston, Karen Mcleod and Rupert Smith champion their favourite books, and reveal how they've inspired their life and work.

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