23.09.2017 - Orhan Pamuk

Unfortunately, this edition of BorderKitchen with Orhan Pamuk is sold out. Due to overwhelming interest, the Lutheran Church has reached its maximum capacity. We would like to thank everyone who signed up, and extend apologies to those who missed out. We hope to see you again soon at another BorderKitchen.

In 2006, Orhan Pamuk (Istanbul, 1952) received the Nobel Prize for Literature. His rich oeuvre consists of, among others, The Black Book, My Name is Red, Snow, The Museum of Innocence and A Strangeness in My Mind, and has been translated into more than 50 languages. His newest, fiercely socially critical novel, The Red-Haired Woman, is about the friendship between a well-digger and his apprentice, a great love and a tragic loss. It’s about the East and the West, tradition and the modern world, innocence and murder. On Saturday, September 23rd, Pamuk will appear at the Lutherse Kerk in conversation with Chris Keulemans.