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Jürgen Fauth Reads Kino in Berlin

In April Atticus author Jürgen Fauth hit NYC on a reading tour for his debut novel Kino, a literary thriller.  Then in June he did it again, this time much closer to the book’s setting in Berlin.

It's a sign!

Photo credit: Jürgen Fauth

 

First at the St Gaudy Cafe, Jürgen read along side with Marcy Dermansky and Jessica Francis Kane at their event, “Rage Into the Night.”

 

Then he headed over to Shakespeare & Sons Bookstore.

Apparently, we're facing competition from a soccer event of some kind

Notice whose headlining? It's a chalkboard, but still. Photo credit: Jürgen Fauth

 

Shakespeare & Sons Reading

There's nothing like reading in a room packed with books. Photo credit: Marcy Dermansky

 

During his trip, Jürgen also visited the Film Haus.  Important, since Kino’s main character Mina, is looking to uncover the truth about her silent film director grandfather.

Filmhaus

Photo credit: Jürgen Fauth

 

 

Check out this metal android, the same character found in the film Metotropolis, and eerily similar to a book cover (1927) found on the Kino Blog, Tulpendibe.

A freaky artificial human and that character from Metropolis

Photo credit: Marcy Dermansky

Free download: Thea von Harbou’s novel Metropolis (1927)

 

 

 

 

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About Jurgen Fauth

Jürgen Fauth is a writer, film critic, translator, and co-founder of the literary community Fictionaut. He was born in Wiesbaden, Germany, and received his doctorate from the Center for Writers at the University of Southern Mississippi. He lives with his wife, writer Marcy Dermansky, and their daughter Nina. Kino is his first novel. Follow him on Twitter at @muckster or learn more at his website http://jurgenfauth.com/.

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