At-A-Site Theater presents a Summer Project Celebrating Birthdays of Dead Writers: Stieg Larsson, August 15

AUGUST 15, 2014

STIEG LARSSON (1950-2004) 


Location: Downtown Asheville NC

3:00pm - 5:30pm

On the corner of North Lexington Ave & Walnut St map link
or Haywood St near Malaprops map link 
or the "Iron" sculpture at Wall St & Battery Park Ave   map link

(Please note:  The Reader may occasionally need to move to an alternative site because of weather or other onsite circumstances)

Passersby are invited to chose from a menu of selections by this Swedish journalist, novelist and feminist, the author of the internationally renowned detective novel "Millenium series" trilogy featuring hacker anti-heroine Lisbeth Salander. The selection will then be read to them.

All of Larsson's books were published after his sudden death from a heart attack in 2004.

More information about Stieg Larsson can be found at Wikipedia, and at both an official website and an unofficial website dedicated to his work





"Salander leaned back against the pillow and followed the conversation with a smile. She wondered why she, who had such difficulty talking about herself with people of flesh and blood, could blithely reveal her most intimate secrets to a bunch of completely unknown freaks on the Internet."

from "The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest"


 “Much stronger boys in her class soon learned that it could be quite unpleasant to fight with that skinny girl. Unlike other girls in the class, she never backed down, and she would not for a second hesitate to use her fists or any weapon at hand to protect herself. She went around with the attitude that she would rather be beaten to death than take any shit.”

from "The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo"

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    I still don’t believe that stieg is not between us anymore but still he is going to be remembered by every fan of him. I have been through many of his novels that are worth of reading them.
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