Rui Zink in Toronto

Rui ZinkOctober 26, 4:00pmHarbourfront Centre – round table, “Itinerary of Translation”, together with Paal-Helge Haugen, Darryl Sterk and Wu Ming-Yi. (English)

October 26, 6:00pm – Alliance Française – a discussion aboutThe role of the contemporary European writer”, with Diego Marani and Abdellah Taïa. (English)

October 27, 12:00 – Harbourfront Centre –  together with Diego Marani and Abdellah Taïa: “The contemporary literature in Europe”. (English)

October 28, 18:30 – Citizenry Café – reading and discussion about his work  (Portuguese)

 

The Portuguese writer Rui Zink will be in Toronto, on behalf of Camões, IP and the Portuguese Language, at the International Festival of Authors.

On October 26that 4 p.m., the writer will participate in a round table, “Itinerary of Translation” at the Harbourfront Centre, together with Paal-Helge Haugen, Darryl Sterk and Wu Ming-Yi. On the same day, “book lovers” will have the opportunity to contact with the writer, who will join Diego Marani and Abdellah Taïa, who are representing Istituto Italiano di Cultura and Alliance Française, also members of EUNIC, at an event which will take place at the Alliance Française (24 Spadina Road) at 6 p.m. The role of the contemporary European writer will be discussed.

On Sunday, 27th, at 12 p.m., Rui Zink together with Diego Marani and Abdellah Taïa, will participate at the round table of EUROPE@IFOA, at the Harbourfront Centre, in a discussion about contemporary literature in Europe.

On October 28th, at 6:30 p.m., the writer will be at Citizenery Café (982 Queen St. West) for a discussion in Portuguese.

Rui Zink will also visit the University of Toronto.

Camões Toronto invites you to participate in these events with the writer Rui Zink.

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