Organisers have confirmed that Turkish Nobel prize-winning author Orhan Pamuk will attend the Prague Writers’ Festival in April. The vice-president of the festival, Vlasta Brtníková, told the Czech news agency on Friday that the festival had already secured the author a return plane ticket. She compared his attendance at the festival to that of author Salman Rushdie in 2001. Others who have attended the Prague Writer’s Festival in past years include Margaret Atwood, Irvine Welsh and Yann Martel.
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