For those of you who aren’t as familiar with this year’s opening writer as you should be, check out this interview in The Guardian. Starting with an overview of Madden’s work, this article discusses the novelist’s literary beginnings as well as the complex political contexts of her work. Madden will give a public reading on … Continue reading Get to Know Deirdre Madden!
Writers Read at Concordia is pleased to present bestselling fiction author Francine Prose for a public reading on Friday, March 28, 2014 at 7PM in room 767 of the Henry F. Hall Building (H-767) at Concordia University (1455 De Maisonneuve W. Blvd.). Francine Prose is the author of seventeen works of fiction. Her novel A … Continue reading TONIGHT AT 7PM: FRANCINE PROSE | FREE PUBLIC READING
Check out Concordia's own Sarah DuBreuil's interview with Francine Prose. Prose will be giving a free public reading tomorrow night at 7PM at Concordia (Hall Building H-767).
Here is a review published by The Guardian of Prose's 2008 novel Goldengrove. Reviewer Sarah Churchwell writes, "This brief, lovely novel is about saying goodbye, but it's also about moving on, learning that spring will return, that growing up is not only a loss but a gain." You can find the review here.
Check out this post from The New York Review of Book's lit blog about Prose's proficiency as a writer. Francine Prose will be giving a free public reading at Concordia on Friday, March 28th at 7PM in the Henry F. Hall Building (H-767).
Thanks to "Giraffe Days" for posting this list of author Francine Prose's recommended reading, in case you're interested in what's made Prose tick in the past. Francine Prose will be visiting us at Concordia on Friday, March 28th at 7PM (Hall Building, H-767). (Click on image to go to list).
Want a taste of Francine Prose's dark humour and careful plotting? Check out this excerpt courtesy of BookBrowse.com. Prose will be giving a free public reading at Concordia University on Friday, March 28th at 7PM (Hall Building, H-767). (Click on excerpt below to be redirected).
Check out Heather McAlpin's review of author Francine Prose's novel My New American Life (complete with excerpt!). Prose will be visiting Concordia with Writers Read Friday, March 28th at 7PM in the Henry F. Hall Building (H-767). See you there!
In 2010, Francine Prose published Anne Frank: The Book, The Life, The Afterlife. In this extensive interview, Prose describes her fascinating encounter with Anne Frank's diaries. Francine Prose will be joining us at Writers Read Concordia on Friday, March 28th at 7PM (Henry F. Hall Building, H-767). (Click image below to be taken to interview).