• Home

Javier Marías & Paul Auster: A Reading

November 30, 2009 | 92nd Street Y Unterberg Poetry Center | NYC

With Javier Marías & Paul Auster; introduction by Rick Moody and Wyatt Mason
 

Paul Auster “has an enormous talent for creating worlds that are both fantastic and believable,” wrote the San Francisco Chronicle. His new novel is Invisible. Spanish novelist Javier Marías—“famous everywhere but here,” wrote Wyatt Mason—has not traveled to the U.S. in more than 20 years. Upon publication of the English translation of the final volume of his Your Face Tomorrow trilogy, he makes his first visit to the Poetry Center. “One of the writers who deserves the Nobel Prize is Javier Marías,” wrote Orhan Pamuk.

Get the Free Speech News You Need

protesters in face masks carrying old Belarusian national flags

PEN America has a new weekly newsletter, PEN Points, bringing you a digest of the biggest free expression news of the week, plus the analysis and insights you trust from PEN America experts.