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Hösten 2016

En höst som består av skriv, familjeliv och korta intensivresor i en värld som allt mer liknar Mona Hatoums Hot Spot III.  

  • 1/7 Allt jag inte minns släpps på engelska av Scribner i UK och Atria i USA. Översatt av Rachel Willson-Broyles. Boken har fått en stjärnad recension i Publishers weekly and recenserats i The National.
  • Läsning av bibliotekstext för BBC World Service, The Cultural Frontline. Hela avsnittet finns här, utdrag här.
  • Inbjuden att skriva ett litterärt vykort för Open Book, BBC Radio 4. Sänds 24 juli, med repris 28e.
  • 14/8 Malmöfestivalen. Relationsinstitutet möter Jonas Hassen Khemiri, Malmö Stadsteaters stora scen på HIPP kl 17.00-18.00.
  • 18-21/8 Louisiana Litteraturfestival, Danmark.
    Thursday 18 Aug 6:45pm interviewed by Klaus Rothstein at Parkscenen. 
    Friday 19 Aug 2pm Reading Koncertsalen with Tomas Espedal, Jonas Hassen Khemiri, Carl-Henning Wijkmark, Linn Ullmann.  
    Saturday 20 Aug 1.30pm Jonas Hassen Khemiri in conversation with Chigozie Obioma. Moderator: Marc-Christoph Wagner.
  • 27-28/8 Edinburgh International Book Festival.JONAS HASSEN KHEMIRI & PETER TERRIN
    Sat 27 Aug 6:30pm – 7:30pm Writers’ Retreat £8.00, £6.00
    Two internationally acclaimed European writers find unusual ways of answering ‘how do writers help make sense of life?’ Jonas Hassen Khemiri won Sweden’s highest literary honour, the August Prize, with Everything I Don’t Remember, while Peter Terrin won the Dutch equivalent of the Man Booker, the AKO Literatuurprijs, with Post Mortem. Each novel is stylistically daring, featuring a writer trying to make sense of events around him.TEN AT TEN
    Sun 28 Aug 10:00am – 10:10am Writers’ Retreat FREE
    A small yet perfectly formed reading from one of our Festival authors to start your day.
  • 27/8 ≈[ungefär lika med] har premiär i Molde, Norge, på Teatret Vårt.
  • 1/9 ≈[ungefär lika med] har premiär på Freies Werkstatt Theater i Köln, Germany.
  • 8/9  Jag ringer mina bröder har premiär på Forum Theatre i Washington, US.
  • 15/9  ≈[ungefär lika med] har premiär på Pillsbury House, Minneapolis, US.
  • 18/9 Läsning och samtal på Brooklyn Book Festival, New York.
    To what extent do discriminatory politics, social and cultural distinctions, and immigration oppress and build individuality? Join Malaysian writer Tash Aw, author of The Face: Strangers on a Pier; Jamaican-born Nicole Dennis-Benn, author of the debut Here Comes the Sun; and Swedish writer Jonas Hassen Khemiri, author of Everything I Don’t Remember, for a conversation about the freedoms and burdens of identity and sexuality and the ways in which they intersect in their work. Moderated by Emily Raboteau.
    When:  Sunday, September 18, 2016 at 5:00 pm
    Where: Borough Hall Media Room, 209 Joralemon Street, Brooklyn NY 11201
  • 20/9 Samtal Center for Fiction, New York, 7:00 pm.
    We’re pleased to welcome multi-award winning Swedish writer Jonas Hassen Khemiri (One Eye Red; Montecore: The Silence of the Tiger) and poet, writer and translator Idra Novey (Ways to Disappear), who will talk about Khemiri’s latest novel, the unique murder mystery Everything I Don’t Remember (Atria Books; July, 2016).
  • 24/9 Föreläsning på Library of Congress’s National Book Festival, International Pavilion, Washington, USA.
    Presentation: International Saturday, September 24
    3:15 pm – 4:00 pm
    Book Signing Saturday, September 24 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm

  • 27/9 ≈[ungefär lika med] har premiär på Les Théâtres de la Ville, Luxemburg.