PEN America Author’s Evening with Bill Buford
This is a private event. Please contact Christy Wensley at [email protected] for more information or to RSVP.
Join us for an intimate dinner with Bill Buford discussing his work including Among the Thugs, Dirt and Heat. Renowned journalist, editor, food writer, and bestselling author Buford will talk about his exciting career and the move to Lyon that inspired his cooking and his work. He is the founder of Granta in England, one of the world’s most successful literary magazines, and Granta Books. In 1995, he joined The New Yorker as Fiction Editor and staff writer, and, for the last 21 years, has been writing about food, food culture, and French and Italian culinary history for the magazine. This evening is being generously hosted by Danielle Truscott and Michael Eck in their home in Connecticut.
Following your RSVP, you will be sent the address for the dinner. The suggested donation is $350 and is considered 100% tax-deductible. Donations support PEN America’s mission to defend writers and free expression at a time of unprecedented need. Your generosity is deeply appreciated.
If you have any questions, please contact Christy Wensley at [email protected].
About pEN America Authors’ Evenings
Proceeds from the PEN America Authors’ Evenings support PEN America’s programming to secure the liberty of persecuted and imprisoned writers around the world, to defend freedom of expression, and to promote literature and international cultural exchange.