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Jürgen Fauth: Taking Kino to NYC

In April, Jürgen Fauth held a New York City reading tour for his debut novel, Kino.  From KGB Bar to the Sunday Salon to Pete’s Candy Store, New Yorkers enjoyed hearing Fauth read about a woman’s adventure to uncover her grandfather’s past as a silent film director in Nazi Germany.

Kinomania

That's Jürgen behind the dizzying cover of Kino, a literary thriller. photo credit: muckster via flickr

 

 

Untitled

Jürgen finalizing the Kino manuscript by candlelight, traditional and also awesome. photo credit: muckster via flickr

 

KGB Reading
The tour began April 13th at KGB Bar. The luxurious red curtains were a perfect complement to Kino’s spiral cover. photo credit: Marcy Dermansky

 

Sunday Salon

Then to the Sunday Salon on April 16th in front of a beautifully scribbled chalkboard. photo credit: Marcy Dermansky

 

Sunday Salon
Jürgen with writer Len Kuntz who was also reading that night. They didn’t plan to wear corresponding colors. photo credit: Marcy Dermansky

 

Pete's Candy Store

April 20th he headed over to Pete's Candy store, where they've been getting lit for a while now. photo credit: muckster via flickr

 

Pete's Candy Store

With a full stage, shining lights, and an adjustable microphone, Pete's Candy Store's got it all. photo credit: Jason Rozger

 

Pete's Candy Store

Who knows what will happen to Mina next? photo credit: Jason Rozger

 

Pete's Candy Store

Join Jürgen at his next reading on June 7th at 8pm at St. Gaudy Cafe in Berlin. photo credit: Jason Rozger

 

(Video from sundaysalon.com)

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Abby Hess is a publicity assistant for Atticus Books.

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