Talk with David Fauquemberg - Sat. 21 March


David Fauquemberg traveled intermittently to faraway places such as Patagonia and Lapland, and sailed across the Atlantic. He spent two years in Australia, the inspiration for his first novel, Nullarbor (2007), winner of the Nicolas Bouvier Prize for travel writing. Mal tiempo (2009), which has a boxing theme and is set in Cuba, was awarded  several prizes. His most recent novel Manuel el Negro (2013), is the result of a long stay in the world of Andalucia flamenco gypsies.

The French author will talk about his work and discuss the theme of Travel Literature and Creative Writing with Alliance Française Director, Jean-Marc Dépierre and journalist, editor, publisher and broadcaster Finlay MacDonald.

10.30am at the Alliance Française Auckland (Grey Lynn Centre)

1.00pm at the Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki (Corner Kitchener and Wellesley Streets)

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