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    上海作家协会是中共上海市委领导的上海作家自愿结合的专业性的群众团体,是党和政府联系上海广大作家、文学爱好者的桥梁和纽带...【详细】

专题摘要“2011上海写作计划”日前在上海市作家协会宣告正式启动,9月17日法国作家阿尔玛·布拉米、英国作家欧莫勒·查特吉、爱尔兰作家科姆·布雷斯纳克、瑞士作家瑞麦·菲利普、复旦大学博士生导师谈峥在作协大厅举办了以“东西方的未来”为主题的首场报告会。
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Alma Brami is a novelist who burst onto the scene in 2008. She published the novel Without Her, which won several awards, when she was 23 years old. She followed up that success by writing They Left Her There and As Long As You Are Happy. In the autumn of 2009, she starred in Jean Cocteau’s one-act play The Human Voice in Paris. She also writes books for children. Her first childhood memoirs will be published soon. Three of her novels have been translated into Chinese.

 

 

Alma Brami

 
 

Amal Chatterjee : is the author of the novel Across the Lakes  and the historical study Representations of India, 1740-1840. Shortlisted for the 1998 Crossword India Best Novel Award, he  received a Scottish Arts Council Writer's Bursary and was shortlisted for a Creative Scotland Award. He  teaches Creative Writing at the University of Oxford in England ...

 

 

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Author of Hanami (2006), Latin American Short Story Award 2005; El agua está helada (2006), Sonora State Short Story Award 2005, and Cuentráficos (2006). Her books talk mainly about solitude, in communication and the Japan’s atmosphere, where she lived for five years, obtaining a Comparative Public Policy Master Degree and an Asian Studies Diploma. She translated several Japanese authors into Spanish for mass media...

 

 

Cristina Rascón Castro

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Born in Cork in 1961. He is a poet and novelist writing in the Irish language. He studied at University College Cork where he received a Master’s degree  in Irish literature. Having worked for years as an Irish language terminologist with the Department of Education, he is now Assistant Chief-Translator in the Irish Parliament. Three of his collections have won the principal poetry prize in the...

 

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Born in 1965 in Geneva, Switzerland, Philippe Rahmy is a poet and a novelist. He was awarded several prizes amongst them the Prix des Charmettes / Jean-Jacques Rousseau and the Pro Helvetia writing grant. He studied the History of Arts and Egyptology in Paris, and graduated from the University.

 

 

Philippe Rahmy

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Linda Neil is a writer, musician and producer whose documentaries have won numerous awards at the New York Radio Festivals and have also been short listed for the United Nations Media Peace Prize. Her documentary, The Long Walk of Brother Benedict, which Linda wrote and co-produced, was recently awarded a gold medal at the NYRF and has been nominated for an Australian...

 

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