Danny Hahn is author of the novels The Tragedy at Aberystwyth Castle and The Deformed Visitor. His shorter works include The Noon Bell and his essay on audiovisual aesthetics, Quiet Cinema. A mountaineer by heart, he spent much of his life in the Alpine valleys of Switzerland where his father grew up, and the mountainous hinterland of Ceredigion in Wales where his mother was born. He trained as a classical violinist at the Guildhall School of Music in London, studied film at The London College of Printing, and became a Berlinale Talent. He worked for a long period as a film composer in Finland and a film university lecturer in London, while often collaborating with his father Professor Detlef Hahn in writing and recording projects in Oslo. Danny was involved in writing and publishing from an early age often producing aphoristic texts and poetic reflections on the arts and philosophy, and by the time he had cultivated his style and ideas, he began to write novels which combined genre fiction, semi-autobiographical narrative, and phenomenology.

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