Gwenaëlle Aubry in Conversation with Rick Moody

November 29, 2012 | By French Culture

Gwenaëlle Aubry and Rick Moody sat down for a reading and discussion at 192 Books in New York City to mark the English publication of Aubry’s novel No One. The two authors discussed the legacy of autofiction and the genre’s relation to No One, which tells the story of a family’s struggles with a bipolar father. The conversation also expands upon many of the ideas Moody explores in his preface to Aubry’s novel.

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