CURRENT INTERVIEWS AND FEATURES

The media interest in and coverage of Martin Hall’s new book 1971-1985 has been massive. After the launch of the book at Politikens Boghal, where Hall met the literary editor at Jyllands-Posten, David Jacobsen Turner, for a short interview, the following features have appeared:
 

 
The week after its release 1971–1985 went top 10 at Bog & Idé’s sales chart (Denmark’s largest bookstore chain)

On October 1 Hall will be guest in P2’s Søndagsklassikeren.

On October 10 he meets the renowned Danish author Kirsten Thorup at Tranquebar and on November 11 he’ll be appearing at Bogforum at Bella Center Copenhagen, the big yearly book fair in Denmark.

REVIEWS OF THE BOOK

“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

“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

“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

“The multifacetted artist Martin Hall tells a charming tale of his early, wild years.”
Jyllands-Posten

“Beautifully written, deeply personal, wildly entertaining and, not least, convincingly reflective.”
Bogbobler

“Insightful and amusing.”
Fyens Stiftstidende

“Needle-pointed wit … the book kindles you and you’re moved as you enter its many rooms.”
Radio24Syv