"Reading the World Conversation Series" Event: March 2, 2016

We've got an great new event here in Rochester, NY, on Wednesday, March 2. The event is free and open to all, and here are all the details!

Wednesday  |  March 2, 2016  |  6:30 p.m.
The ButaPub

315 Gregory St.
Rochester, NY 14620


"Wolff is reminiscent of Pedro Almodóvar, twisting and turning gender roles, allowing women to shine and gain the upper hand."—Sydsvenskan

Join Swedish author Lina Wolff and POST fiction editor Brian Wood for a night of mordantly funny fiction, literary conversation, and great drinks and food.

Wolff’s first novel, Bret Easton Ellis and the Other Dogs, which won the Vi Magazine Literature Prize, is set in a run-down Spanish brothel where the prostitutes collect stray dogs and name them after famous male writers: Dante, Chaucer, Bret Easton Ellis. Meanwhile, a teenage girl is trying to trace the peculiarities of her life back to one woman: Alba Cambó, a writer of violent short stories. .

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Free and open to the public - Food and refreshments available


February 23, 2016 by Nathan Furl
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