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Studentenwerk and Literaturhaus München present Brazilien authors – und afterwards party in the Harry Klein club

In order to get attuned for the soccer worldcup 2014 in Brazil we invite you to become acquainted with the host country already this fall: at „cultureclubbing brasileiro“on October 18th, 2013!


On the first Friday night of the new semester Brazilian authors are going to introduce their works in the Literaturhaus at 8 p.m. Among these works are the latest novels of the most popular Brazilian authors JOÃO PAULO CUENZA and LUIZ RUFFATO but also a graphic novel of the twin brothers FÁBIO MOON and GABRIEL BÁ. 

After short discussion with the authors all students are invited to enjoy finest electro beats and VJ-sets in the club Harry Klein starting at 11 p.m: There the modulators are not only turned by resident-DJ Benna but also by a master from Offenbach, Anthony ROTHER in order to keep the party going until morning! In the meanwhile Jandoon&Proximal are going to provide for the visual with stylish VJ-sets and animated sequences. 

During the reading and dicussions the authors and the presenter Michael Kegler (also translater of the works) will take you on a journey in German and Portuguese language into one of the most fascinating countries in South America: Brazil!

João Paulo Cuenca (born in 1978) tells in "Mastroianni. A day" (Mastroianni. Ein Tag) more than just a story. Expressive and ironic he describes the sense of life of a generation that is overwhelmed by idols and role models and that blends with them inseparably for fear of truisms.

In his book "There were many horses" (Es waren viele Pferde) Luiz Ruffato (born in 1961) visualizes a kaleidoscopic picture of the magacity São Paulo: chaos, violence, misery, wealth and decadence. A pull that the reader can only hardly elude from. Of the hardship, the deprivation and the gruelty of the rural life he narrates in "Mama, I am fine" (Mama, es geht mir gut) and touches thereby the wounds of the brasilian history, the racism and the permanent violence. 

And the twins Fábio Moon & Gabriel Bá unfold in their comic "Daytripper" the magical history of the author and writer of obituaries Brás de Olivia Domingos who dies in every chapter at another point in his life. This way the reader follows his fascinating journey 'that weaves the moments that make us who we are to a tapestry of life and death'. Wonderfully written and illustrated and a passionate plea for the fact that comics can be regarded literature - or art indeed!

After the cultural part we are going to move to the Stachus for “clubbing“ in Harry Klein, Sonnenstraße 8. Star-DJ Anthony Rother is going to fire you up supported by Benna and the visual artists Jandoon&Proximal. And here is another highlight: 

The first 50 students are going to get a free drink on presentation of their student ID!

And as always at cultureclubbing:
Free entrance for students!

(with student ID)

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FRIDAY, 18th October 2013, 8 p.m.

cultureclubbing brasileiro


8 p.m. culture

Visiting Brazilian authors :

Reading and discussion in the Literaturhaus


with João Paulo Cuenca, Luiz Ruffato

and the comic authors

Fábio Moon & Gabriel Bá


Presentation: Michael Kegler






Literaturhaus München

Saal im 3. OG

Salvatorplatz 1

80333 München

U 3/4/5/6: Odeonsplatz

S-Bahn/U-Bahn: Marienplatz


11 p.m. clubbing

[Translate to English:] ANTHONY ROTHER DJ Set



(Harry Klein)

Visual Artists:

Jandoon & Proximal

(Capsolé/Harry Klein Visuals)



Harry Klein

Sonnenstraße 8

80331 München

S-/U-Bahn/Tram: Karlsplatz/Stachus


Free entrance for students

(with Student ID)

Free entrance for students

(with student ID)

Free drinks for the first 50 students on presentation of the student ID!

An event of the Studentenwerk München, the Stiftung Literaturhaus and the Harry Klein. In Cooperation with LUSOFONIA e.V. and the participating publishers. With the friendly assistance of the Fundação Biblioteca Nacional, the Ministério da Cultura, the Ministério das Relações Exteriores, the Governo Federal and the Frankfurter Buchmesse.