The Venice Center for the Humanities and Social Change supports the presence of Maja Lunde at the literary festival Incroci di civiltà
Venice, 06/04/2019 at 2.00 p.m.
Ocean Space, Chiesa di San Lorenzo, Campo San Lorenzo, Venice
Born in 1975, Maja Lunde lives in Oslo with her husband and their three children. A novelist and TV-screenplay writer, after numerous children’s books she became internationally known with her first novel The History of Bees (2015), which has been published in 32 countries. An international best-seller, The History of Bees won the Norwegian Booksellers’ Prize, becoming the first debut novel to receive the prize. Blue (2017) is the second book of the anticipated tetralogy on climate change.
(from the page of Incroci di civiltà. See full program here)
Maja Lunde will converse with
Sara Culeddu — Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia
Boris Ondreička — TBA21-Academy
Bibliography in Italian
La storia dell’acqua, trad. di Giovanna Paterniti, Marsilio, 2018;
La storia delle api, trad. di Giovanna Paterniti, Marsilio, 2017.
The conversation will be English (simultaneous translation available); free admission, booking required.
This event is sponsored by Center for the Humanities and Social Change, NORLA – Norwegian Literature Abroad, TBA21-Academy and Marsilio
In collaboration with Dipartimento di Studi Linguistici e Culturali Comparati