Brooklyn Book Festival – Sunday, Sept. 17, 2017
Children’s Day – Saturday, Sept. 16, 2017

A.M. Homes (Moderator)

A.M. Homes is the author of the memoir The Mistress’s Daughter and the novels May We Be Forgiven (Winner of The Women’s Prize for Fiction 2013), This Book Will Change Your Life, Music for Torching, The End of Alice, In a Country of Mothers, and Jack, as well as the story collections The Safety of Objects and Things You Should Know and the travel book Los Angeles: People, Places, and the Castle on the
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. Her books have been translated into twenty-two languages. The recipient of numerous awards, she has published fiction and essays in The New Yorker, Granta, Harpers, McSweeney’s, One Story, The New York Times and Vanity Fair, where she is a Contributing Editor. She lives in New York City and teaches at Princeton University.

Website: http://www.amhomesbooks.com
Twitter: http://twitter.com/nycnovel
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A.M. Homes

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Darkly Comic

Borough Hall Courtroom, 209 Joralemon St
September 18, 2016

Add to Calendar 09-18-2016 16:00:00 09-18-2016 17:00:00 15 Darkly Comic A writer bares himself through his hotel reviews, another writer embarks on a search but isn’t quite sure what he’s searching for, and a hot-tempered TV executive gets violent in a sex-strewn suburb. Rick Moody (Hotels of North America), Geoff Dyer (White Sands), and A.M. Homes (May We Be Forgiven) discuss their darkly comic latest books, including short readings and Q&A. Moderated by Ian S. Maloney, St. Francis College. Borough Hall Courtroom, 209 Joralemon St, 209 Joralemon Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201 Brooklyn Book Festival false MM/DD/YYYY

A writer bares himself through his hotel reviews, another writer embarks on a search but isn’t quite sure what he’s searching for, and a hot-tempered TV executive gets violent in a sex-strewn suburb. Rick Moody (Hotels of North America), Geoff Dyer (White Sands), and A.M. Homes (May We Be Forgiven) discuss their darkly comic latest books, including short readings and Q&A. Moderated by Ian S. Maloney, St. Francis College.



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