Main Program | Irvine Welsh: Choose Life



 
27 Oct 2019 14:30 - 15:30
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NEKA Museum. Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)
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It’s been 26 years since Irvine Welsh gave the world Trainspotting, the book deemed by Rebel Inc. “the best book ever written by man or woman” that went on to define a generation. Since then he’s written 11 more books, plus plays and adaptations. Give Born Slippy. NUXX a spin, then listen in as he reflects on a life spent with razor-sharp words.

Sudah 26 tahun sejak Irvine Welsh menghadirkan Trainspotting, buku yang dianggap oleh Rebel Inc. sebagai “buku terbaik yang pernah ditulis oleh pria atau wanita” yang kemudian mendefinisikan sebuah generasi. Sejak itu ia menulis 11 buku lainnya, ditambah drama dan adaptasi. Putar Born Slippy. NUXX, lalu dengarkan saat ia merenungkan kehidupan yang dihabiskan dengan kata-kata tajam.

Featuring

Irvine Welsh

Born in Edinburgh, Scotland, Irvine Welsh is the author of 12 novels including the international million-copy bestseller Trainspotting and its sequel Porno, both adapted into iconic films by Danny Boyle. Irvine serves as the Official …


Sam Cooney

Sam Cooney runs not-for-profit literary organization TLB, which includes the independent press Brow Books and quarterly literary magazine The Lifted Brow. He is Publisher-in-Residence at Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University. …



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