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Jérôme Bel's Solo for Maria Kochetkova The Joyce Theater 175 Eighth Avenue New York, NY 10011
Jul 16
The 400 Blows Montgomery Ward Park 630 N. Kingsbury St. Chicago, IL 60606
  • Jérôme Tubiana
    SEPT 12-23, 2019
    Jérôme Tubiana, a French journalist, activist and writter, is embarking on a US Tour for the release of Guantánamo Kid: The True Story of Mohammed El-Gharani, illustrated by Alexan
  • Yann Kebbi
    SEP 9-16, 2019
    Yann Kebbi, a French painter and illustrator, is embarking on a US Tour for the release of  The Structure is Rotten, Comrade, co-authored with writer Viken Berberian.
  • Jean-Baptiste Del Amo
    SEP-OCT, 2019
    Jean-Baptiste Del Amo is one of France’s most exciting and ambitious young writers. Animalia, his fourth novel (Gallimard / Grove Atlantic) is his first to appear in English.
  • Yannick Haenel
    OCT 10-21, 2019
    Yannick Haenel's most recent novel, Tiens ferme ta couronne (Prix Médicis in 2017) has been published by The Other Press in Spring 2019.
  • Jacques Sémelin
    OCT 14-25, 2019
    Jacques Sémelin is a historian and author of The Survival of the Jews in France, 1940-1944 (Oxford University Press, 2019, tr. by Cynthia Schoch and Natasha Lehrer).
  • Lyonel Trouillot
    NOV 12-24, 2019
    Lyonel Trouillot is a Haitian novelist, poet, journalist, and professor of literature. He is the author of 11 novels, two essays and a book of poetry. His La belle amour humaine was shortlisted for the Goncourt in 2011 and received the Grand Prix du Roman Métis (2011), the Geneva Book Fair Literary Prize (2012), and the Gitanjali Literary Prize (2012).
  • Maylis De Kerangal
    OCT-NOV, 2019
    Maylis de Kerangal is an award-winning novelist and the author of the forthcoming The Cook (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, April 2019), translated by Sam Taylor.
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