8 April 2013 Herta Müller: the magical circle of words – in the Goethe-Institut from tomorrow
From tomorrow (Tuesday the 9th of April) the Goethe-Institut invites us to watch a multimedia exhibition entitled Herta Müller: the magical circle of words, which is devoted to the Romanian-born German novelist and the winner of the Literary Nobel Prize in 2009. The exhibition will include documents and photographs from Müller’s private archives as well as documentaries and interviews in which the writer talks about her life and works. The exhibition can be watched in the Institute’s seat (Rynek Główny 20) till the 23rd of April. Entrance is free.
Fascinating interviews with the author will be recollected by Angelika Kuźniak – a journalist and reporter, the three-time winner of the Grand Press award: 2004 – for Mój warszawski szał [My Warsaw Madness] with Włodzimierz Nowak; 2008 – za Zabijali we mnie Heidi [They killed Heidi in me] and 2009 for the best press interview with Herta Müller Przećwiczyłam śmierć [I Exercised Death]. In May her next book Papusza will be published by Wydawnictwo Czarne. Angelika Kuźniak is currently working on her book about Herta Müller.
We would like to remind you that Herta Müller will soon visit Poland again upon the invitation from the Goethe-Institut in Krakow. She will have a meeting with readers on the 17th of April in Krakow and on the 19th of April in Wrocław. The meeting with the Noble-winning writer in Krakow will start at 6.30 p.m. in the Manggha Museum of Japanese Art and Technology (ul. Konopnickiej 26). Admission is open to holders of free passes (for more information, visit: www.goethe.de). As you may remember, Herta Müller was a guest of the 2nd Conrad Festival.