Hay Festival Jericó Digital 2021

All the events are free. Please select and book the events you wish to attend by entering your personal data. You will receive a confirmation mail that will validate your reservation and will be your voucher so that you can access the events virtually.

The schedules shown for each event are in GMT-5 (Lima, Bogotá, Panamá…). After February 1, the recordings will be added to Hay Player, our online archive containing audio and video of events from all Hay Festivals across the world.

View the Hay Festival Digital Cartagena & Jericó programme

If you have any trouble making your reservations, you can contact us at contacto@hayfestival.org.

Event CL2

Sara Jaramillo Klinkert will talk about Cómo maté a mi padre

Reading club

 Sede Digital Jericó

Sara Jaramillo Klinkert will talk about her most recent book, Cómo maté a mi padre, a striking novel about the death of the author’s father, killed by contract killers in Medellin in the 1980s. An intimate encounter between readers and the author, moderated by Ana María Aponte.

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Event J11

Luis García Montero and Juan Manuel Roca in conversation with Perla Toro

Poetry to face life with

 Sede Digital Jericó

Juan Manuel Roca is an acclaimed and award-winning Colombian poet, essayist and educator and the author of a diary that has been much read in recent months (Diario de un anarco-dependiente en cuarentena) as well as an extensive body of poetry. Luis García Montero is a poet, fiction writer, essayist, teacher of Spanish Literature and, since July 2018, Director of the Cervantes Institute. They will talk to Perla Toro.

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Event CA4

Manuel Vilas will talk about Alegría

Coffe with author

 Sede Digital Jericó

At this event we will share a lovely Jerico-style coffee with Manuel Vilas and we will talk about his most recent book, Alegría, a novel with autobiographical elements about a famous writer who travels the world, after achieving fame with his latest novel. While promoting the book and meeting his readers, he also deals with the death of his parents, a recent divorce, his relationship with his children and reflects on his country’s history. An intimate encounter between readers and the author, moderated by Ana Cristina Restrepo.

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