Nobel Prize Winner Orhan Pamuk to Visit Georgia
Publish Date : Wednesday 12 March 2014 - 13:13
One of Turkey’s most prominent and successful novelists, screenwriters and winner of the 2006 Nobel Prize in Literature, is coming to Georgia next week to inspire budding Georgian literature enthusiasts.
: According to Agenda.ge, Orhan Pamuk, who has sold more than 11 million books in sixty languages, will attend the Week of Modern Literature, held at the Free University of Georgia, and speak to students and academic staff in a public lecture on March 12.
He is recognized as Turkey’s best-selling writer.
People interested in Pamuk’s lecture can watch him speak on a live-stream on the Free University’s website.
On the second day of his visit, March 13, the writer will meet members of the Georgian literary community at an event organized by the Bakur Sulakauri Publishing House. Attendance is by invitation, which readers can access via the Publishing House website.
His two-day visit was organized by the Free University of Georgia and Publishing House Bakur Sulakauri.
Pamuk’s visit to Georgia will end on March 14.