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Pordenone Legge X edizione - Largo S.Giorgio
Italy

Pordenonelegge è una delle più importanti manifestazioni di settore in Italia; un appuntamento di 3 giorni (da quest'anno 4) dedicato ad incontri con gli autori, presentazioni di nuove uscite, confeerenze, ma anche jam sessions di scrittura e di lettura collettiva. L'edizione 2009 è quella del decennale, e si è conclusa con un bilancio di oltre 100mila presenze. Al tendone Palaprovincia quest'anno sono intervenuti Daria Bignardi, Marcello Veneziani e Edward Luttwak.

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