Fabienne Bogadi - Reader's prize of the city of Lausanne
04 Jan 2020
Born in 1960 in Martigny, of Swiss and Hungarian origin, Fabienne Bogadi is a writer, translator and specialist in communication. She has also worked for many years as an economic journalist for various Swiss media. She lives in Geneva. Fabienne Bogadi writes poetry, news and published in 2014 her first novel, "The Torn Body".
Dea is born on a stormy night on a farm where his father, lord of the place, raises bulls and horses with his five sons. Silent, blonde and pink, Dea fascinates. She learns with her mother the secrets of flowers and plants. Until the day when a beautiful stranger draws him away from this nature, in the city, towards love, desire, adult life and violence. "The Immortals" (The Age of Man) is like a tale of dark lyricism and dazzling dreamy writing.
Free entry upon registration as far as places are available at prixdeslecteurs(at)lausanne.ch.
The meeting takes place at 11am, followed by a gourmet aperitif and a book signing session.