[VIRTUAL] PEN Out Loud: Pamela Paul with Lauren Oyler
Editor of The New York Times Book Review Pamela Paul joins PEN Out Loud to launch her essay collection, 100 Things We’ve Lost to the Internet. In narratives about the pre-Internet age, the book offers “powerful insights into both the profound and the seemingly trivial things we’ve lost.” Paul will be in conversation with bestselling author and critic Lauren Oyler to discuss a fading era and provide “a guide to reclaiming just a little of the world IRL.”
This digital event will start at 8pm ET / 5pm PT.
Presented in collaboration with Strand Book Store and Scripps Presents.
ASL interpretive services are provided by ProBono ASL.
Pamela Paul is the editor of The New York Times Book Review and oversees book coverage at the Times, where she hosts the weekly “Book Review” podcast. Her previous books include My Life with Bob; How to Raise a Reader; By the Book; Parenting, Inc.; Pornified; The Starter Marriage and the Future of Matrimony; and Rectangle Time, a book for children. Prior to joining The New York Times, she was a contributor to TIME and The Economist, and her work has appeared in The Atlantic, The Washington Post, and Vogue. Photo Credit: Rodrigo Cid
Lauren Oyler’s essays and criticism appear regularly in The New Yorker, The New York Times, the London Review of Books, Harper’s, Bookforum, and other publications. She is the author of the novel Fake Accounts. Photo Credit: Pete Voelker
About Strand Book Store
Located on 12th and Broadway in New York City, the Strand Book Store is a family-owned, iconic literary destination with more than 90 years of history and 18 miles of books to prove it. Its events feature some of today’s most interesting and provocative authors. Its unparalleled inventory of 2.5 million new, used, and rare books and locally designed totes, gifts, and apparel makes it easy and exciting to get lost in the stacks.
About Scripps Presents
Scripps Presents is an electrifying mix of storytellers and artists, policymakers and musicians—and everything in between. Based at Scripps College, Scripps Presents provides a forum the Claremont Colleges and audiences across Southern California to engage with eye-opening, mind-bending, genre-defying tête-à-têtes with the thinkers and doers, writers and performers, whose passions and perspectives are changing the way we see the world.
This program is made possible in part by a grant from the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs.