8 October 2012 Opening of registration for a meeting with Orhan Pamuk
Orhan Pamuk - the winner of Nobel Prize for Literature in 2006 and one of the most important cotemporary writers in the world - will soon visit Krakow within the framework of the Conrad Festival. He will meet his readers on the 24th of October at 8 p.m. at the conference and lecture hall of Jagiellonian University's Auditorium Maximum. Registration for free entrance tickets for the meeting starts today at www.conradfestival.com . You only need to fill in the form and enter your e-mail address to which confirmation will be sent. Tickets will be sent by post to the address provided in the form within two days of the receipt of the e-mail confirmation. One person is entitled to a maximum of two tickets.
PLEASE NOTE: the number of tickets for the meeting is limited. The lack of confirmation from the organising body within one business day of registration means that the pool of free tickets has run out.
Orhan Pamuk is the most outstanding contemporary Turkish writer and the winner of Nobel Prize in Literature of 2006. So far, the Wydawnictwo Literackie publishing house has released ten of his books: Snow [Śnieg], My Name is Red [Nazywam się Czerwień], The New Life [Nowe życie], Istanbul. Memories and the City [Stambuł. Wspomnienia i miasto] Ssesiz Ev [Dom ciszy], The White Castle [Biały zamek], The Museum of Innocence [Muzeum niewinności], Cedvet Bey ve Ogullari [Cevdet Bej i synowie], The Black Book [Czarna księga] and Other Colors [Inne kolory]. Another book, The Naive and Sentimental Novelist [Pisarz naiwny i sentymentalny], will be released on the 11th of October. Find more about the writer at: www.pamuk.pl
We would like to remind you that: the meeting with Orhan Pamuk will take place on Wednesday (the 24th of October) at 8 p.m. at Jagiellonian University's Auditorium Maximum (ul. Krupnicza 33). We kindly request your punctuality. Please bring your entrance tickets with you.