12 November 2014 Life can be stressful
“During every book signing, I want to marry at least five girls, have children with them and live in a small house in a forest. And there are another five guys, with whom I would start running a factory because they turn out to be my long-lost Polish brothers. That’s the way it is.” Talking to Etgar Keret, Sabina Misiarz-Filipek finds out why the writer is well-known for his extraordinary dedications in books, why making coffee is sometimes easier than creating literature and why the writer is fond of the price 9.99.
The writer met his fans during this year’s Conrad Festival in Krakow.