Authors of the 11th Prague Writers' Festival
Dedicated to Primo Levi: “If Not Now, When?”

Adolf Muschg
Adolf Muschg Adolf Muschg was born in 1934 in Zürich. After obtaining honours in German and English Literature and Philosophy at universities in Zürich and Cambridge, he has worked as a professor of German literature.

One of the most prominent public figures in Switzerland and one of the best story-tellers writing in German, his novels, short stories, plays, film scripts and essays deal with the moral issues of our times. His major works include The Summer of the Rabbit, Albisser's Reason, Seven Faces of Japan, The Red Knight, If Auschwitz were in Switzerland  and most recently Sutters Luck.  Adolf Muschg lives in Männedorf near Zürich.

Primo Levi Corin Curschellas Christian Rösli Gore Vidal Gary Younge
Jan Kavan Jan Kasl Michael March Robert Menasse Peter Stephan Jungk
Salman Rushdie Savyon Liebrecht Natan Zach Etgar Keret Vassilis Vassilikos
Adolf Muschg Erica Pedretti Zoë Jenny Daniel de Roulet Patrick McCabe
Dermot Healy Timothy O´Grady Vladimír Páral Arnošt Lustig Václav Boštík