[LIVE] The Center for Fiction Presents: Yiyun Li on The Book of Goose with Rivka Galchen in Partnership with AAWW and A Public Space
Yiyun Li, Rivka Galchen
[LIVE] The Center for Fiction Presents: Yiyun Li on The Book of Goose with Rivka Galchen in Partnership with AAWW and A Public Space

In-person tickets include a $10 bookstore voucher, redeemable toward the featured event book on the night of the event. All registrants will receive a link to livestream the event.

Yiyun Li’s work is beloved by writers and readers alike, and we are thrilled to bring her and Rivka Galchen to The Center for Fiction stage to celebrate her new novel. In Li’s signature lyrical, restrained prose, The Book of Goose tells the story of Fabienne and Agnés, childhood friends in postwar rural France, whose lives are irrevocably changed by Fabienne’s schemes. Obsession, art, exploitation, and loss are just some of the themes that compel the reader to keep turning the pages in this beautifully composed novel. Join us to hear the genesis of these indelible characters.

Presented with AAWW and A Public Space.

[LIVE] The Center for Fiction Presents: Yiyun Li on The Book of Goose with Rivka Galchen in Partnership with AAWW and A Public Space

Yiyun Li, Rivka Galchen
Tuesday, September 20, 2022
7:00 PM
$0.00


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