LIVE from NYPL: George Saunders with Paul Holdengräber: The Writing Life
Celebrated novelist, short story writer, essayist, and travel writer George Saunders joins Paul Holdengräber for a conversation about his life and work. A spirited raconteur and veteran teacher of craft, Saunders has much to tell about his journeys on and off the page.
This event is presented in cooperation with the Man Booker Prize.
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