Wanderlust: Splithead and other thoughts on Europe with Julya Rabinowich

Julya Rabinowich will read from her book Splithead (Spaltkopf): a tale of what happens when East meets West for one family. Splithead is a novel about exile, new departures and dead ends.

This event is part of Free Word Centre‘s series Wanderlust: Great Literature from Around the World.

Monday 12 September 2016, 6:45 pm.

Tickets: £5 / £3 conc. Book here.

In partnership with Austrian Cultural Forum


Julya Rabinowich is an Austrian writer; born in St. Petersburg, she emigrated to Vienna in December 1977 where she lives and works. She studied painting, philosophy and translation and has established herself as a playwright, painter and writer. She is a regular columnist for the Austrian newspaper Der Standard, contributing weekly columns addressing current issues.

Rabinowich’s work responds to the politics around asylum and the European refugee experience, while refusing to be confined to any particular political agenda or movement.

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