Lecture poésie/littérature américaine : Carol Anshaw et Natasha Sajé
9 juin à 19h30 : Lecture de poésie / littérature américaine : CAROL ANSHAW et NATASHA SAJÉ, présentée par FIONA SZE-LORRAIN, BERKELEY BOOKS OF PARIS 75006
Poetry and Fiction Reading, "American Fiction and Poetry in Summer" with CAROL ANSHAW and NATASHA SAJÉ, introduced by FIONA SZE-LORRAIN.
Join us for a fiction-poetry reading, American Fiction and Poetry in Summer, with American novelist Carol Anshaw and poet Natasha Sajé, introduced by Fiona Sze-Lorrain, at Berkeley Books of Paris on June 9, Saturday at 19h30.
In English and/or with French, reading followed by a short Q/A or discussion and book signing. With drinks and refreshments.
Acclaimed American fiction writer Carol Anshaw is the author of the bestselling novels Carry the One, Lucky in the Corner, Seven Moves, and Aquamarine. Her books have won the Carl Sandburg Award, the Ferro-Grumley Award, and the Society of Midland Authors Award. Carry the One was a New York Times notable book of 2012. Anshaw is a past fellow of the National Endowment for the Arts and Illinois Arts Council. For her book criticism, she was awarded the National Book Critics Citation for Excellence in Reviewing. She divides her time between Chicago and Amsterdam.
Natasha Sajé is the award-winning author of three books of poems, most recently Vivarium (Tupelo, 2014); a book of poetry criticism Windows and Doors: A Poet Reads Literary Theory (Michigan, 2014); and many essays. Her first book Red Under the Skin (Pittsburgh, 1994) was chosen from over 900 manuscripts to win the Agnes Lynch Starrett Prize. Her second collection Bend (2004) was awarded the Utah Book Award in Poetry. Born in Germany, in 1955, she grew up in New York City and Northern New Jersey. She teaches at Westminster College in Salt Lake City and the Vermont College of Fine Arts.
Fiona Sze-Lorrain is a poet, literary translator, and zheng harpist who writes and translates in English, French, and Chinese. Her most recent book of poetry The Ruined Elegance (Princeton, 2016) was a finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize. Her work has also been shortlisted for the 2016 Best Translated Book Award and longlisted for the PEN Award for Poetry in Translation. She lives in Paris.
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