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Bard College Berlin Presents
Wednesday, February 26, 2020

Saskia Vogel: Reading and Discussion

BCB’s The Factory, Eichenstr. 43, 13156 Berlin-Pankow
4:00 pm – 5:30 pm
"If Joan Didion had written about the BDSM community in LA it may have felt a bit like Permission." -Lit Hub

Saskia Vogel will read from her novel Permission on February 26, 16:00-17:30, in the Factory Theater Space. The reading will be followed by an informal discussion and Q&A, moderated by BCB Creative Writing instructor Rebecca Rukeyser

Saskia Vogel is from Los Angeles and lives in Berlin, where she works as a writer and Swedish-to-English literary translator. Her 2019 debut novel, Permission, has been translated into four languages. She has written on themes of gender, power and the art of translation for publications such as GrantaThe White ReviewThe Offing, and The Paris Review Daily. Her translations include work by Johannes Anyuru, Katrine Marçal, Karolina Ramqvist, Lina Wolff,  and the modernist eroticist Rut Hillarp.

Photo credit: Fette Sans

Date & time: Wednesday, February 26, from 4:00 to 5:30pm
Venue: BCB’s The Factory (Theater Space)
Eichenstr. 43, 13156 Berlin-Pankow
Admission free

BVG Directions: Bard College Berlin's Factory is in Niederschönhausen, a 12-minute tram ride from the “Pankow” S/U-Bahn station. Take the M1 tram towards the destination “Rosenthal Nord” (not "Schillerstrasse") and exit at “Friedrich-Engels-Str. / Eichenstrasse”. Bard College Berlin’s Factory is 2 blocks away on the right side with a large red banner in front.

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Contact information:  communications@berlin.bard.edu

Time: 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

Location: BCB’s The Factory, Eichenstr. 43, 13156 Berlin-Pankow

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