Harkaitz Cano will present the translation of the novel Twist in Bulgaria

Euskara. Kultura. Mundura.

2016-10-06

The Basque writer Harkaitz Cano will present the novel Twist in Bulgaria. Thanks to the support of the Etxepare Basque Institute, he will present the Bulgarian translation of the novel in different events in the country.

On October 8, the writer will offer a presentation and a talk on his work as a writer at the International Festival Literature Ruse 2016organized by the Foundation Elias Canetti. The Literature Festival Ruse is unique for the city and the region not only because of its strong international character expanding with every year but also thanks to its rich variety of events. It is famous for trying to incorporate not only literature but a variety of art forms. This year the programme includes screenings, concert for children’s music and three exhibitions, among which stands out the opportunity to get acquainted with one of the central figures for Dadaism – Tristan Tzara.


The following day (October 9), however, the Basque writer will present the novel at the Cervantes Institute in Sofia, and will also chat with the audience.

The Basque writer Harkaitz Cano will present the novel Twist in Bulgaria. Thanks to the support of the Etxepare Basque Institute, he will present the Bulgarian translation of the novel in different events in the country.

On October 8, the writer will offer a presentation and a talk on his work as a writer at the International Festival Literature Ruse 2016organized by the Foundation Elias Canetti. The Literature Festival Ruse is unique for the city and the region not only because of its strong international character expanding with every year but also thanks to its rich variety of events. It is famous for trying to incorporate not only literature but a variety of art forms. This year the programme includes screenings, concert for children’s music and three exhibitions, among which stands out the opportunity to get acquainted with one of the central figures for Dadaism – Tristan Tzara.


The following day (October 9), however, the Basque writer will present the novel at the Cervantes Institute in Sofia, and will also chat with the audience.

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