Conversations with prominent authors on key themes in their work, in today’s literature, that of our times.
K17 tackles the dilemmas and changes confronting us with global warming and the turnaround in sensitivity towards non-human intelligence that is necessary to favour a new environmental ethic.
A special programme of lectures, performances and debates where we will defend the female creativity and putting on the table some of the hottest issues.
At K17 we will be bringing together four of the top international exponents of graphic novels who have worked particularly on relations between the documentary and fiction.
K17 pays tribute to the centenary of The Walk by Robert Walser, with three walks and a discussion about how the text breaks the boundaries between reality and fiction.
Changing suggests new styles of exchange and cooperation. An inclusive change implies also favouring local and international networks that are working for a new culture.
The fifth edition of Bookcamp will be exploring the challenges and dilemmas of the the publishing ecosystem with activities infused with lab culture.
The audiovisual programme that invites you to discover literature’s influence on film: the art of narrating and poetising through the moving image.