Robert Pimm Live in Austria – his first ever reading (video)

Robert Pimm
Robert Pimm

What is a live reading by Robert Pimm like?  You can see a reading here of his first ever reading at Cafe Korb in Vienna in March 2018.

Robert Pimm reads at Cafe Korb

Franz Schubert steps to one side.

The lights go down.

Robert Pimm looks up at the packed crowd.

‘My name is Robert Pimm,’ he says.  ‘First time I’ve said that.’

For those of you who were kind enough to attend my first reading from my new Berlin thriller Blood Summit at the Cafe Korb in Vienna last year, introduced by remarkable artistic director Franz Schubert (“this name is not a joke”), thank you.

For good videos, try Sibylle Trost

The video of my reading from Blood Summit above is the work of the excellent Sibylle Trost in Berlin – thanks, Sibylle!

I was delighted to receive a good deal of positive feedback on 16 March, as well as news the next day that brilliant English language bookshop Shakespeare & Company at Sterngasse 2 in central Vienna had run out of copies of Blood Summit.

They have since renewed their supplies.

Blood Summit

Blood Summit on the shelves at Shakespeare & Company in Vienna

I will be doing more Robert Pimm live readings in future.  Meanwhile, if you would like to buy or read Blood Summitclick here.

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