The KCC’s September literature night is a special event: a Zoom conversation with translator Sora Kim-Russell, focusing on her latest translation to make it into print here, Pyun Hye-young’s The Law of Lines (LKL review here). To make the conversation worthwhile, the KCC expects us all to have read the book in advance. It is readily available in bookstores or online.
Note the unusual mid-day start time for the event – so that the star guest joining from Korea doesn’t have to be up in the early hours of the morning. Register with the KCC by 1 September.
You can read LKL’s own interview with Sora Kim-Russell here.
Online Zoom literary talk with translator Sora Kim-Russell
Wednesday 23rd September 2020, 12noon-1:30pm (BST)
Venue: ZOOM (Online)
Entrance Free – Booking Essential | Apply to [email protected] with your name and contact details by 1st September, or register via the KCCUK’s website
Our Korean Literature Night has gone online to ensure you can still be a part of some great discussions about fantastic literature.
In September we will have a special event with Sora Kim-Russell as a part of our Korean Literature Night (KLN). Sora Kim-Russell will present a talk expanding on her recent translation, ‘The Law of Lines’ by Hye-Young Pyun. She will share her experiences and perspectives in literary translation.
The talk will be moderated by Phillip Kim, Managing Editor of the Asia Literary Review.