Paris Review Event at Symphony Space

February 7, 2008 at 4:37 pm Leave a comment

newissue.jpgBook Culture sells books at a variety of literary events that take place at Symphony Space and other off-site venues throughout the city. Last night we were on hand to hear Judith Jones and Alex Prud’homme talk about their food memoirs and relationships with the legendary Julia Child. We have additional copies of both books, plus the 40th anniversary edition of Mastering the Art of French Cooking, in the store right now.

We also have copies on hand for next week’s Selected Shorts Series event at Symphony Space  — Feb. 13 at 7:30 pm — that will feature new voices from the pages of The Paris Review. Editor Philip Gourevitch and Senior Editor Nathaniel Rich will co-host a night that will feature the fiction of Karl Taro Greenfeld and Daniel Kehlmann, among others. We’ll be there, selling the latest Paris Review issue, plus Picador’s Paris Review Interviews, Volumes I and II. More info on the event can be found here.

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