These were the ideas that guided Hay Festival Cartagena de Indias 2019's conversations
“The Hay Festival Cartagena 2019 programme confirms the commitment to offer a festival that celebrates literature and diversity of ideas, which inspires us to talk about the world we live in and that it is also a joy for the soul” Cristina Fuentes La Roche, international director of the Hay Festival
Authors as Shirin Ebadi, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Mircea Cartarescu, Deirdre McCloskey, Diamela Eltitt, Dale Bredesen, Yoko Tawada, Zadie Smith, Michael Pollan, Leonardo Padura, Laura Restrepo and Pablo Montoya, among others, stood out from the programme.
Music was present with Wilfrido Vargas, Totó La Momposina, the jazz musician David Sánchez and Joselo Rangel, guitarist of the legendary Mexican group Café Tacvba, who talked about his work as writer.
Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Mircea Cartarescu, Diamela Eltitt, Álvaro Enrigue, Tamara Kamenszain, Cristina Morales, Leonardo Padura, Philippe Sands, Zadie Smith, Yoko Tawada, Madeleine Thien and Manuel Vilas.
Piedad Bonnett, Santiago Gamboa, Jorge Franco, Mario Mendoza, Laura Restrepo, Carolina Sanín and Juan Gabriel Vásquez.
Jesús Abad Colorado, Kate Horne and Doris Salcedo
Sarah Corbett, Shirin Ebadi and Bianca Jagger
Eugenio García, Nir Hindi and Deirdre McCloskey
Xavi Ayén, Lydia Cacho, Gustavo Gorriti, Alma Guillermoprieto and Mark Thompson
Mónica Giraldo, César Pagano, Joselo Rangel, David Sánchez, Totó La Momposina and Wilfrido Vargas
Dale Bredesen, Wolfram Eilenberger, José Ignacio Latorre, Carlos Magdalena, Michael Pollan, Luz Mely Reyes, Jean Christophe Rufin...