May 2 | CUNY Graduate Center | NYC
With Nadeem Aslam, Nam Le, Fuad Rifka, and Antje Rávic Strubel; moderated by John Freeman
The world is more connected than ever, and hybrid culture has replaced the neverexistent mainstream. What do these revolutions hold for the short story? Who is its audience? And how do elements travel across cultures in the story differently than in the novel? Granta’s American editor John Freeman will lead the discussion.
Cosponsored by Granta and the Martin E. Segal Theatre, The Graduate Center, CUNY
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• Masha Hamilton:
A Pakistani novelist, a Vietnamese short-story writer and a Syrian-born poet/translator spoke with eloquent hope about the idea that, scattered across the globe, we are more alike than we are different. [More]