Joanna Walsh, Julianne Pachico y Kate Horne, Hay Festival Arequipa 2018
Thursday 8 November 2018 to Sunday 11 November 2018

As a global partner of Hay Festival, we are proud to announce three important representatives of British contemporary culture who will participate in the fourth edition of the Hay Festival Arequipa:


Saturday, November 10 at 20:00h

Antonella Lattanzi and Joanna Walsh in conversation with Ingrid Bejerman
Venue: Alianza Francesa, Arequipa

Friday, November 9 at 20:00 h.

Julianne Pachico and Gustavo Rodríguez in conversation with John Naranjo

Venue: Universidad Nacional San Agustín (Sala Mariano Melgar), Arequipa

Saturday, November 10 at 16:00 h. 

Julianne Pachico, Karolina Ramqvist, William Sieghart and Janne Teller in conversation with Peter Florence.

    Venue: Centro Cultural Peruano Norteamericano (teatro), Arequipa

Friday, November 9 from 12:00 h. *British Council additional event

    Kate Horne in Conversation with British Council Peru Arts Manager Luisa Michelsen about Peace and Conflict Resolution in Colombia.

    Venue: Universidad La Salle* Auditorio Hermano Ludolfo Ojeda Ojeda, Arequipa

Friday, November 9 from 16:00 h.

Remembering Gabo: Jaime Abello, Kate Horne and Silvana Paternostro in conversation with Juan Carlos Pérez        

Venue: Biblioteca Regional Mario Vargas Llosa (patio), Arequipa
Sunday, November 11 from 12:00 h.

The Witness: a documentary directed by Kate Horne about the Colombian photographer Jesús Abad Colorado

Venue: Centro Cultural Peruano Norteamericano, Arequipa


For more information: Hay Festival 

Joanna Walsh

Joanna Walsh

Writer of fiction and non-fiction, journalist and a campaigner. She is the author of seven books, one of them has been adapted for performance. Her writing has been widely published in anthologies and journals including The Dalkey Archive's Best European Fiction 2015, Granta Magazine, and Salt's Best British Short Stories, 2014 and 2015. 

In 2017 she was awarded the UK Arts Foundation's Fellowship in Literature. She is currently the Anthony Burgess Fellow at the University of Manchester, UK.


Julianne Pachico

Julianne Pachico

She was born in Cambridge (U.K.) and grew up in Cali (Colombia). She is currently completing her PhD in Creative Writing at the University of East Anglia. In addition to The Lucky Ones her short fiction has appeared in Best British Short Stories and The New Yorker


Kate Horne

Kate Horne

As a documentary maker she has captured stories from Colombia in Hostage in the Jungle(2010), about the kidnapping and subsequent holding of Colombian ex-presidential candidate Ingrid Betancourt and Gabo, the work of Gabriel García Márquez (2015). This year, El testigo: Caín y Abel, a documentary about the life and work of Colombian photographer Jesús Abad Colorado, a graphic reporter who has dedicated the last 25 years of his life to portraying the internal armed conflict in Colombia. 


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