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Javier del Pino and Ramón Lobo with Aurelio Martin

Journalist by trade

Segovia 2013, 

Javier del Pino, director of A vivir que son dos días from Cadena SER, and Ramon Lobo, contributor to digital media such as Jot Down and InfoLibre, speak with Aurelio Martin, vice-president of the Federacion de Asociaciones de Periodistas de España (FAPE) about the profound identity crisis in journalism.

 

In collaboration with the Asociación de la Prensa de Segovia. 

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César Molinas and Gerard Riemen

Segovia 2013, 

Gerard Riemen, director of the Dutch Federation of Retirement, and the economist César Molinas, author of the book ¿Qué hacer con España? (Destino), in which he suggests re-launching our political structure as well as our governmental system, debate this challenge in Europe, where the percentage of señor citizens is getting ever bigger than the working population.

Simultaneous translation from English into Spanish.

 

Co-organised with the Embassy of the Netherlands in Spain, Nederlands letternfonds dutch foundation for literature and Fundación Lara.

 

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Nell Leyshon and Fflur Dafydd in conversation with Ann Bateson

Segovia 2013, 

Nell Leyshon, British author of the latest published novel The Colour of Milk, set in 1830 rural England - “a disturbing display of the social restrictions to which 19th C. women had to confront”, according to The Financial Times -, and Fflur Dafydd, Welsh author winner of the Daniel Owen Memorial Prize for her novel Y Llyfrgell (‘The Library’), speak about their books with the journalist Ann Bateson.

Simultaneous translation from English into Spanish.

 

Co-organised with the Arts Council of Wales, the Welsh Government and the Wales Arts International.

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Mario Vargas Llosa in conversation with JJ Armas Marcelo

Segovia 2013, 

The Nobel Prize-winning Mario Vargas Llosa has a conversation with the writer JJ Armas Marcelo about his latest published novel, El héroe discreto (Alfaguara). Two literary leading lights deal with the analysis of this melodrama, full of extortion and revenge in a humorous tone.



Co-organized with Cátedra Mario Vargas Llosa

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Tomatito and Jorge Pardo

The ¨duende¨ of jazz

Segovia 2013, 

The guitar player Tomatito needs no introduction for flamenco lovers; just as the saxophonist and flute player Jorge Pardo needs no introduction for jazz fans. In this dialogue between flamenco and jazz Mairena and Miles Davis, Paco de Lucía and John McLaughlin go hand in hand. The fusion of both passions is moderated by José Manuel Bravo and José Luis Rupérez.

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Dolores Redondo, Andreu Martìn and Rosa Ribas

Round table debate on crime novels

Segovia 2013, 

Dolores Redondo, El guardian invisible (Ed. Destino), Andreu Martín, Cabaret Pompeya (Ed. Siruela) and Sociedad Negra (Ed. RBA), and Rosa Ribas, Don de lenguas (Ed. Siruela) read passages from their own works and also speak, analyse and debate about the genre and the profession of writing. Chaired by Teresa Sanz, contributor to El Mundo.

 

With the collaboration of Fundación Lara and Biblioteca Nacional de España.

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Arcadi Espada, Yves Wantens and Sven Tuytens

European autonomies

Segovia 2013, 

Two opposing views are presented on the role of the self-governing regions in the process of decision-making at the European level: that of the pleasantly polemic columnist Arcadi Espada on one hand and on the other Yves Wantens, Representative of Flanders in Spain. Chaired by the Belgian correspondent of Flemish public television, Sven Tuytens.

Simultaneous translation of Dutch into Spanish.


Co-organised with the Flemish Delegation in Spain.

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Innovative Library Show

Segovia 2013, 

A multimedia event which presents Segovia as a land of words and a land of innovation until it reaches society 3.0. An unknown and daring experience, like experiencing ¨a drinkable book¨. Thus, a tasting of literature, knowledge and flavours.  Presented by the President of the Diputación Provincial de Segovia, Francisco Vázquez; the Deputy Delegate of Culture, Tourism and International Affairs, José Carlos Monsalves, and José María San Segundo.

 

Produced by Diputación Provincial de Segovia.

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José Manuel Caballero Bonald, Premio Cervantes 2012, speaks about all his literary work, poetry, fiction and essays with the poet Luis García Montero. Together they re-examine the latest great poetry work by the writer from Jerez Entreguerras and Oficio de lector (Seix Barral both), an essay on literatura.


Co-organized with Fundación Lara

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Miguel Ángel Aguilar in conversation with Malcolm Oterro Barral

Segovia 2013, 

The celebrated journalist and chief secretary of the Asociación de Periodistas Europeos (APE)  Miguel Ángel Aguilar speaks with the editor Malcolm Otero Barral about his latest book España contra pronóstico (Aguilar), in which he takes us through recent Spanish history from the end of Franco’s regime and the Transition to the present day.

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Third tribute in Segovia to Roberto Bolaño, the Chilean writer and poet who settled in Spain, by an outstanding trio. The facts speak for themselves: Juan Vicente Piqueras, recipient of the Loewe, Machado and José Hierro de Poesía awards; José Manuel Benítez Ariza, also novelist and columnist, as well as poet, with more than a dozen published books; and Jesús Aguado, winner of the Hiperion de Poesía award in 1990.

 

Co-organised and produced by AC/E (Acción Cultural Española)

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Daniela Krien in conversation with Marta del Riego

Segovia 2013, 

The writer Daniela Krien, presents her first novel Someday We’ll Tell Each Other Everything (Algún día nos lo contaremos todo, Salmandra), a special love store, awarded with one of the most prestigious prizes in Germany, the ‘Junger Literaturpreis’. The novel was also a finalist in ‘Leserpreis’, awarded by German readers. She speaks with Marta del Riego, author of Sendero de frío y amor, and features editor of VANITY FAIR.


Simultaneous translation from German into Spanish.

 

Co-organized with the Goethe-Institute Madrid, in collaboration with Vanity Fair

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Piedad Bonnet in conversation with Luis García Montero

Segovia 2013, 

The Colombian poet, novelist and playwright Piedad Bonnet speaks with the poet Luis García Montero about her latest book Lo que no tiene nombre (Alfaguara), in which she deals with pain, death and resignation when writing about her son Daniel’s suicide.


Co-organized with the Embassy of Colombia in Spain

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Closing the tribute series dedicated to Roberto Bolaño – celebrating half a century of outstanding writing – three hugely popular novelists read from his works. Manuel Vilas, equally skilled at poetry and novel-writing; Belén Gopegui, an elegant stylist with brilliant used of metaphor; and Luisgé Martín, who is divided between the short story and the novel, receiving awards for both, including the Llanes de Literatura de Viajes Prize this year.

Co-organised and produced by AC/E (Acción Cultural Española)

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José María Beneyto and Gianni Buiquicchio in conversation with José Manuel Calvo

What is the future of democracy in Europe?

Segovia 2013, 

The economic crisis has shown the fragility of institutions and the need for stronger citizen participation.  It has also demonstrated a generation of civil society aware of the importance of European culture and of defending human rights. José María Beneyto, writer, lawyer and vice-president of the European Council, deals with these topics with the President of Venice Commission, Gianni Buiquicchio, in a conversation moderated by José Manuel Calvo, subdirector and chief of Op-Ed in EL PAÍS.


Simultaneous translation from English into Spanish.


Co-organized with European Council.

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Carlos de Habsburgo-Lorena in conversation with Ramón Pérez-Maura

‘Blue Shield’ – The Red Cross of Cultural Heritage

Segovia 2013, 

Blue Shield is the organization that has watched over the safeguarding of important cultural heritage sites in Libya, Afghanistan and other places devastated by war. The Archduke Kart von Habsburg is President of this International Committee. He speaks with Ramón Pérez-Maura, the ABC Deputy Editor.



Event in Spanish.

Co-organized with ABC and in collaboration with IE University

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Jorge Edwards in conversation with Fernando Iwasaki

Segovia 2013, 

Jorge Edwards, writer, literary critic, journalist and Chilean diplomat, and well-deserved recipient of the Premio Cervantes, discusses his latest novel, El descubrimiento de la pintura (Lumen), with the Peruvian writer, Fernando Iwasaki.


With the collaboration of AC/E (Acción Cultural Española).

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Craig Russell in conversation with Rod Pryde

Segovia 2013, 

Craig Russell has worked as a police officer, proof-reader and creative director in a advertisement agency. He is the author of a popular series set in Hamburg featuring Jan Fabel and the only foreign author awarded the prestigious Polizeistern Prize given by the Police of Hamburg. He has been finalist of the CWA Duncan Lawrie Golden Dagger, as well as the SNCF Prix Polar in France.  He speaks with Rod Pryde, Director of The British Council in Spain.

           

Co-organised with The British Council and the collaboration of Editorial Roca.

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Lukás Bärfuss with Paul Ingendaay

Segovia 2013, 

Lukás Bärfuss has been working since 1997 as a freelance playwright and fiction writer in Zurich. Together with Samuel Schwarz, he founded the theatre company 400asa in this city. He talks to writer and journalist Paul Ingendaay, author of La noche de Madrid and contributor to German journal Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.

Simultaneous translation from German into English.

In collaboration with the Embassy of Switzerland in Spain and Fundación suiza para la cultura Pro Helvetia

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Xi Chuan

My Words, Others’ Words: Reading

Segovia 2013, 

One of the most influential poets in contemporary China reads his poems and talks to Jose Felix Valdivieso, who also reads Xi Chuan ‘s poems in Spanish.

 

Consecutive translation from Chinese into Spanish.

Co-organised with Cosmopoetica, Centro Cultural Chino in Madrid and Bibloteca Nacional de España.

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Timur Vermes in conversation with Patricio Pron

Segovia 2013, 

With He’s Back, Timur Vermeshas revolutionized the German publishing scene. He has sold close to a million copies of this satire in which he presents an idea of what might happen if Hitler woke up in 2011 and returned to politics. He speaks with Patricio Pron, journalist and author of La vida interior de las plantas de interior.

 

Simultaneous translation from German into Spanish.


With the collaboration of Fundación del Banco Sabadell and Fundación Lara.

 

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Antonio Muñoz Molina, Josep Pons and Jesús Ruiz Mantilla

Translate the Music

Segovia 2013, 

As a classic ceremony to close the Hay Festival Segovia, Antonio Muñoz Molina, this year’s Príncipe de Asturias de las Letras, and the maestro Josep Pons, musical director of the Liceo, speak about the two bicentennial geniuses - Richard Wagner and Giuseppe Verdi - in a conversation moderated by Jesús Ruiz Mantilla. The Avanti Quartet, part of the Orchestra of Castilla y León, opens and closes the event.


Co-organized with Junta de Castilla y León and Fundación Lara

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Carlos Velázquez (México) es autor del recién publicado libro de crónicas El karma de vivir al norte. Carlos ha escrito además La Biblia Vaquera y La marrana negra de la literatura rosa, libros de relatos con gran éxito de crítica y público. Conversa con César Silva Márquez.

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Languages of Bangladesh

Dhaka 2013, 
Recitations from over 12 different languages spoken in Bangladesh by: A K Sheram (Monipuri), Motendro Mankheen (Garo), Mritika Chakma (Chakma), Nicholas Norendro Koch (Koch), Ripon Banai (Banai), Sohel Hajong (Hajong), Repro Chai (Marma), Shipro Malo (Malo), Shopon Ekka (Orao), and Nilufar Hafiza Khan (Urdu). With Sujon Hajong and Kackie Kabir.

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Is There A World Literature?

Dhaka 2013, 
Pankaj Mishra and Eliot Weinberger, with K Anis Ahmed.

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