LLL Presents | The Archivists: Stories
Daphne Kalotay, Lewis Center for the Arts; A.M. Homes, Lewis Center for the Arts
Wed, 4/19 · 7:00 pm—8:30 pm · Princeton Public Library and Livestream
Princeton Public Library; Labyrinth Books; Lewis Center for the Arts; Humanities Council
The characters in Daphne Kalotay’s stories are everyday people, but when private losses or the shocks of history set their worlds reeling, they find connection and liberation in surprising, buoyant ways. Please join us for a conversation between two exceptional writers about this vibrant new collection.
Daphne Kalotay is the author of Calamity and Other Stories and the award-winning novels Russian Winter, Sight Reading, and Blue Hours. Her work has been published in more than twenty languages. She teaches at Princeton University’s Lewis Center for the Arts. A.M. Homes is the author most recently of The Unfolding. Her other books include the best-selling memoir The Mistress’ Daughter; the novels This Book Will Save Your Life, The End of Alice, and Jack; and the short story collections Days of Awe, The Safety of Objects and Things You Should Know. She also teaches creative writing at The Lewis Center for the Arts.
This event is co-presented by Labyrinth Books and The Princeton Public Library and cosponsored by Princeton University’s Lewis Center for the Arts and Humanities Council.