NYC Châteaureynaud Reading

April 20th, 2010 § 0 comments

This Thursday at the West Village’s Cornelia St. Cafe, as part of their monthly reading series, the French Publishers’ Agency will be featuring, from the collection Le Kiosque et le tilleul (The Pavilion and the Linden), Georges-Olivier Châteaureynaud’s short story “Icare sauvé des cieux” (“Icarus Saved from the Skies”) in the original and my translation, which first appeared last year in Fantasy & Science Fiction. If you’re in NYC, a great chance to grab a glass of red in a nice ambiance and get acquainted with the author’s work before Small Beer debuts his book.

French Night Series at Cornelia Street Cafe
Please join us for an hour of contemporary and classic French literature, read in translation and in the original.

Dimanche by Irène Némirovsky
Le Kiosque et le tilleul by Georges-Olivier Châteaureynaud
Saisons Sauvages by Kettly Mars

Thursday, 22 April from 6-7 pm
Cornelia St. Café (29 Cornelia St. between Bleecker and West 4th)
$7 cover includes one drink

Lucinda Karter, host

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