After two years of online programming, the “Language Salt” literary festival at Hall in Tirol is taking place again this year from “analog” September 9-11 and is celebrating its 20th anniversary. This time the star cast has been called up.
For example, South Korean author Kim Hae-jin, German director and writer Doris Dore, Colombian storyteller Thomas Gonzalez and this year’s Bachmann Prize winner Anna Marawan are expected to be.
Barbara Hundegger begins by reading
The organizer announced Thursday that British musician Luke Haines and actor and writer Edgar Selig will attend the festival, which will be held in the halls and terraces of the Parkhotel. The Memorial Festival will open with a reading by the writer Barbara Hondiger from Innsbruck.
Meanwhile, Marwan will read from her script “Green Toad” and her first novel, “The Harvester’s Circle.” Dory awaits her current story script “The Heroine Travels,” in which she tells “honest, funny, and wise about someone who has set out to forget about fear,” it was said. On the other hand, South Korean Kim Hye Jin holds her novel “The Daughter” – her first published novel with a German translation.
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