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Arequipa 2015, 
Orlando Mazeyra, escritor y periodista arequipeño, modera esta mesa sobre las últimas novelas publicadas por los autores Rodrigo Hasbún, escritor y guionista boliviano elegido en 2010 por la revista Granta como uno de los mejores jóvenes escritores en lengua española y cuya última novela se titula Los afectos; y Sara Mesa, escritora española finalista en 2013 del Premio Herralde con su novela Cuatro por cuatro y que recientemente ha publicado Cicatriz.

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Owen Sheers and Andrea Levy

A Common Wealth of Stories

Hay Festival 2004, 
Owen Sheers' The Dust Daries is a daring cutting of biography and fiction about the poet's search for his ancestor Aurther Shearly Cripps, a legendary missionary in nineteenth-century Rhodesia. Andrea Levy's Small Island explores the Windrush-generation's experience of Caribbean immigration into post-war Britain.

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In The LIght of What We Know

Dhaka 2014, 
Zia Haider Rahman's has launched one of the most lauded debut novels of the year, called "dazzling" and "astonishingly achieved" by the New Yorker, and "unsettling and profound" in the Guardian. He talks to Firdous Azim about Godel's theory of incompletness, his writing life, and his connection to Bangladesh.

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Philip Reeve

Hay Festival 2004, 
A rare chance to meet the best-selling author of the award-winning Mortal Engines and Predators Gold

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Jenny Uglow

A Little History of English Gardening

Hay Festival 2004, 
A romp through British gardening from the stone-age to today. The historian looks at the grand designers, plant hunters and allotment tenderrs of England, and asks: Did the Romans have rakes? Did the monks get muddy? Did the potato seem reallyt really weird when it arrived on our shores?

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Michael Rosen

Hay Festival 2004, 
Much loved as a radio presenter and respected as an authority on children's literature Michael Rosen is back in Hay by huge demand following his sell-out poetry performance last year. 'Lively, immediate, spiced with doggerel. rap. nonsense rhymes and puns'. (Times Educational Supplement)

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Michael Schmidt

The First Poets

Hay Festival 2004, 
The PN Review editor and Carcanet publisher talks about the pleasures and responsibilities of reading the lives and works of the Classical Greek poets, who can often be seen as the preserve of specialist academic interests. He finds them immediate and resonant.

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Patrick McGrath and Patrick Marber

Working Title Masterclass: Adaptation

Hay Festival 2004, 
Conversation with the playwright and screenwriter, Marber (Closer, Coogan's Run, The Day Today) who adapted McGrath's Asylum for the cinema.

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That Which Cannot Be Said

Dhaka 2014, 
Inspired by the Vagina Monologues, this performance is based on the lives of Bangladeshi women. Production by Naripokkho.

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Storytelling in the Digital Age

Dhaka 2014, 
Shahidul Alam provides insights into the craft of storytelling through pictures in this digital age.

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Ricardo Cayuela y José Carreño en conversación con Nubia Macías

Editoriales estatales: ¿bendición o maldición?

Xalapa 2014, 
Según el Estudio de Producción y Comercio del Libro en México realizado en 2013, el 57% de los libros publicados en el país son producidos por el sector público. En este contexto, Ricardo Cayuela, Director General de Publicaciones del Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes (Conaculta), y José Carreño, Director del Fondo de Cultura Económica, charlarán sobre el papel que juegan actualmente las editoriales estatales en el sector editorial y los retos a los que se enfrentan.

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Mick Brown

The Dance of 17 Lives

Hay Festival 2004, 
In January 2000, the Seventeenth Karmapa, one of the most important figures in Tibetan Buddhism, arrived at the home-in-exile of the Dalai Lama. He was fourteen years old. Mick Brown travelled to Dharamsala to meet him, and he found himself surrounded by stories of miracles, murder and the settling of two hundred-year-old scores.

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Antony Beevor

The Mystery of Olga Chekhova

Hay Festival 2004, 
The award-winning historian tells the extraordinary story of Anton Chekov's beautiful niece who left Moscow for Berlin during the Russian Civil War. She became Hitler's favourite film star, yet was a Soviet agent.

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Malorie Blackman and Frank Cottrell Boyce

Hay Festival 2004, 
Best-selling Malorie Blackman has adapted many of her books for the screen including the award winning Pig Heart Boy. Frank Cottrell Boyce, the screenwriter of Welcome to Sarajevo and Hilary and Jackie has just written his first, fantastic children's novel Millions.

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Writing The Region: Is There A South Asian Identity

Dhaka 2014, 
Is there a South Asian identity? Writers Aamer Hussein, Namita Gokhale and Fakrul Alam explore cross border connections and the possibilities of a South Asian identity.

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The Woman As A Writer

Dhaka 2014, 
What does it mean to be a woman writer? Novelists Manju Kapur and Nilanjana Roy and critic Muneeza Shamsie discuss some of the challanges - and opportunities - faced by women writers. Chaired by Tahmima Anam.

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Alfredo Bryce Echenique y Fernando Ampuero en conversación con Germán Coronado

Arequipa 2016, 
El escritor peruano Alfredo Bryce Echenique figura entre los autores más destacados de la literatura latinoamericana contemporánea. Es autor de Un mundo para Julius, obra que le consagró internacionalmente como escritor. Ha recibido numerosas distinciones a lo largo de su carrera, como el Premio Planeta 2002 por la obra El huerto de mi amada. Durante años ha compaginado su vida literaria con la docencia, trabajando como profesor en universidades de prestigio como La Sorbona y Yale. Fernando Ampuero es escritor, periodista y dramaturgo. En conversación con el editor Germán Coronado.

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Rafael Gumucio, Karina Pacheco y José Carlos Yrigoyen en conversación con Fernando Iwasaki

Familia y literatura I

Arequipa 2016, 
La importancia de la familia en la identidad del individuo es un asunto que no solo concierne a la vida cotidiana sino también a la literatura. Así, la familia se convierte en uno de los grandes temas para escritores y escritoras como los que nos acompañan hoy, conversando sobre la temática familiar en sus obras. Con Rafael Gumucio (Chile), autor de Memorias prematuras, Karina Pacheco (Perú), autora de La voluntad del molle, y José Carlos Yrigoyen (Perú), autor de Orgullosamente solos, en conversación con Fernando Iwasaki.

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Francesca Rhydderch

Wales Book of the Year Shortlist

Hay Festival 2004, 
The announcement introducing the six short listed writers for the Book of the Year 2004 award.

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Greyson Perry talks to Sarah Thornton

The Art Review Platform

Hay Festival 2004, 
The Turner Prize-winning potter discusses his work and his female alter-ego Claire, with the sociologist. 'I want to make something that lives with the eye as a beautiful piece of art, but on closer inspection, a polemic or an ideology will come out of it'.

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Performing Poets

Dhaka 2014, 
TJ Dema and Sabrina Mahfouz share the excitement of performing the spoken word with Shamsad Mortuza.

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Shakespeare Is Ours : Celebrating 450 Years of Shakespeare

Dhaka 2014, 
Celebrating 450 years of Shakespeare: Shakespeare"s plays have been widely translated, performed and beloved in Bangladesh. These vignettes cover four decades of Shakespeare in Bangladesh, featuring iconic performances by Aly Zaker, Firdousi Majumdar and Sara Zaker, followed by a panel discussion with poet, playwright and translator Syed Shamsul Haq and legendary veteran actor Aly Zaker. Moderated by Samina Luthfa. Featuring Nagorik, DU theatre department and Podatik.

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Sergio Rossi

Un viaje a la Antártida. Un científico en el continente olvidado.

Xalapa 2014, 
El biólogo Sergio Rossi ha participado en tres campañas de investigación polar, y en este evento hablará sobre cuestiones fundamentales relacionadas con el continente blanco: la supervivencia en un clima tan extremo, la formación del agujero de ozono, los efectos del cambio climático, el deterioro ecológico que generan las bases permanentes allí instaladas, la posibilidad (y los peligros) de explotar económicamente las inmensas riquezas de todo tipo que se esconden en la Antártida, y por qué un recóndito acúmulo de hielo en el confín más alejado del planeta es esencial para nuestro futuro como especie. Pablo Meyer presenta el evento.

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Adam Zamoyski

1812: Napoleon's Fatal March on Moscow

Hay Festival 2004, 
Tsar Alexander refuses to join the blockade of Britain. The French Emperor moves to effect retribution but meets his nemesis, and the balance of Europe is changed forever.

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Daniel Espartaco y Benito Taibo en conversación con Mariana H

Xalapa 2014, 

Daniel Espartaco Sánchez, galardonado en diver- sas ocasiones por sus relatos, publicó en 2012 su primera novela Autos usados. Este libro, ganador del Premio Bellas Artes Narrativa Colima, cuenta la historia de la generación que vivió su adolescencia en el norte de México de los años noventa a través de la mirada y experiencias de Elías, su protagonista. La última obra de Benito Taibo, Desde mi muro, es una selección de escritos y anécdotas que ha posteado en su muro de Facebook, presentando esta plataforma como un instrumento de comunicación que, a través de la mirada del otro, nos habla de nuestra propia humanidad.