I don't know if next year will be any better than this one, but I do know that with a Leif Goldberg calendar dangling from the side of your fridge or pasted onto a dining room wall or pinned to your sleeve like lunch money everyday will have color and life -- even the winter months! They're now available at Ada Books (while supply lasts).
Wednesday, November 15th at 7 pm:
Join us for a reading with DAVID LAZAR, in celebration of his new collection of essays, I'll Be Your Mirror, and in conversation with Mary Cappello. David Lazar was a Guggenheim Fellow in Nonfiction for 2015-16. His books include the just published I’ll Be Your Mirror: Essays and Aphorisms from the University of Nebraska Press, Who's Afraid of Helen of Troy, After Montaigne, Occasional Desire: Essays, The Body of Brooklyn, Truth in Nonfiction, Essaying the Essay, Powder Town, Michael Powell: Interviews, and Conversations with M.F.K. Fisher. Eight of his essays have been “Notable Essays of the Year” according to Best American Essays. Lazar received the first PhD in the United States in nonfiction writing, in 1989. He then created the PhD program in nonfiction writing at Ohio University and directed the creation of the undergraduate and M.F.A. programs in Nonfiction Writing at Columbia College Chicago where he is Professor of Creative Writing. He is founding editor of the literary magazine Hotel Amerika, now in its seventeenth year, and series editor, with Patrick Madden, of 21st Century Essays, at Ohio State University Press.
Surprise refreshments, book sale and signing.
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