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[English PEN] Ahmet Altan in conversation with Philippe Sands

Turkish writer Ahmet Altan comes to the UK. 
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Ahmet Altan in conversation with Philippe Sands

Join English PEN and Canongate in welcoming the celebrated Turkish writer and journalist to the UK on Sunday 30 August. 

One of Turkey’s most significant writers, Ahmet Altan has worked in many positions within the Turkish press from reporter to editor-in-chief and written nine novels including three bestsellers. He has been awarded the Grand Award of the Akademi Publishing House, the Yunus Nadi Novel Prize, the prestigious ‘Prize for the Freedom and Future of the Media’ by the Media Foundation of the Sparkasse Leipzig and the International Hrant Dink Award.

This year, Altan will be published in the UK for the first time, with his bestselling novel Endgame, an existential thriller about desire, ambition and humanity, due out this month. Led by a deeply untrustworthy narrator, Endgame is a detective story turned on its head, starting with a murder and asking the questions who was killed and why?

To celebrate the launch of Endgame, English PEN and Canongate are pleased to be joining forces to bring Ahmet Altan to the Arcola Theatre, where he will be in conversation with barrister, author, professor and English PEN trustee Philippe Sands QC to talk about the novel, his invaluable contribution to Turkish journalism and literature, and threats to freedom of expression in Turkey.

Sunday 30 August 2015
7.30pm
Arcola Theatre, 24 Ashwin Street, London, E8 3DL

£12 / £10 (concessions)

Tickets can be booked via the Arcola Theatre website or their box office on 020 7503 1646.

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