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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, conferenze, 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. Gli incontri con gli autori più conosciuti si sono svolti in questa struttura, il Teatro Verdi, che quest'anno ha visto passare Flavio Oreglio, Mauro Corona, Margaret Mazzantini ed altri.

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