On November 11 (Saturday) at 2.30 PM Martin Hall will be appearing at Bogforum at Bella Center Copenhagen, the big yearly book fair in Denmark. He’ll be interviewed by Morten Lindberg in relation to his new book 1971-1985.

Among many other things Lindberg presents the weekly radio program Croque Monsieur at Radio24Syv, where Hall was a guest recently. You can hear the show here:

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“Martin Hall writes unadorned, beautifully, often wise and most of the time relievingly funny about his youth and early days.”
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Politiken (Danish equivalent to The Guardian)

“Hall is brilliant in his depiction of a rampant Copenhagen in the seventies … the book is a sharp and observant snapshot.”
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Berlingske (Danish equivalent to The Times)

“Incredibly sharp … Martin Hall’s ability to reflect and convey his understanding is admirable.”
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GAFFA (Scandinavia’s biggest music magazine)

“Martin Hall has style, and with this book he manages to come close to the substance and the pain in the depiction of his early career’s harsh downside with suicides, drugs and chronic restlessness.”
Weekendavisen (Danish equivalent to New York Times Literary Review)

“The multifacetted artist Martin Hall tells a charming tale of his early, wild years.”
Jyllands-Posten (Denmark’s biggest newspaper)

“Insightful and amusing.”
Fyens Stiftstidende (major regional newspaper)