Long Night of Literature with Tamara Štajner

21. 10. - 21. 10. 2022

Vienna, Austria

The Long Night of Literature, organized by the EUNIC cluster of European cultural institutes in Vienna, brings together poets and writers from France, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovenia, Sweden, Hungary, Switzerland and Slovakia. After the opening of the festival, which takes place in the Czech Center, the participating cultural institutes invite you to readings and discussions with the authors, who are on the highly topical theme of “Peace”.

At 7:30 p.m., Slovak author Marián Hatala and Slovenian poet Tamara Štajner will read and discuss in the Slovak Institute , who will present her debut collection of poems “Lapholes”.

Tamara Štajner, born in Novo mesto, Slovenia in 1987, is a classical violinist, author and performer. She completed her master’s degree in viola at the Vienna University of Music. She is currently doing her doctorate in music theory at the Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz. In 2020 she was admitted to the Academy of Sciences and Literature in Mainz as a member of the Young Academy. Loopholes is her first volume of poetry.

Organizers: EUNIC Austria, Czech Center Vienna, Polish Institute Vienna, Institut français d’Autriche, Slovakian Institute, Collegium Hungaricum, Embassy of Sweden in Vienna, Embassy of Switzerland in Austria, SKICA Vienna.

Photo: Tamara Štajner © Andrej Grilc