Friday, 18 September 2015

Attending a Twaklinesque Literary Festival

In one or two of the smaller, least obvious curatorial offices in the observation tower of Villa Twaklinilkawt, you may occasionally hear someone mention a Twaklinesque literary festival. 

For the past one hundred years, each festival has normally taken forty years to prepare.  Fortunately, there are forty festival directors working in their own small offices concurrently.

The name of the ethereal director of each Twaklinesque literary festival is usually not announced until that person presents the opening address, after a few words from one of the main sponsors.

The highly qualified teams of literary curators work around the clock, over many decades, to ensure each ethereal director's idiosyncratic plans run as smoothly as possible.

To become suitably enlightened about a Twaklinesque literary festival, you will discover that announcements about its preparation may occasionally be supplied through the best social media channels.

You may also be invited to participate in a tutorial about the history of the festival*.

In fact, a Twaklinesque literary festival is taking place right now in the parlour.

The virtual public tour usually continues this way

*currently for registered patrons only