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“Setting the Clock,” a Panel at Slice Literary, September 10th


On September 10th, I’ll be participating in the Slice Literary Conference in Brooklyn, NY.

My panel is called “Setting the Clock,” and here’s the official description: “Emily Dickinson wrote, ‘There is no Frigate like a Book.’ Certainly, there is no limit to where you can go when you crack open a novel. But some of the most spellbinding stories take us even further out of ourselves, to different times, whether its the past, a re-envisioned past, or even a projected future. Four novelists discuss how they constructed stories in different times and the creative opportunities and obstacles they encountered along the way.”

The other panelists are Jonathan Lee, David Means, and Paul Vidich. Our moderator will be agent Stephanie Delman.

Come join us on Saturday, September 10th, from 2:45-3:45 PM. We will be at St. Francis College, 80 Remsen St., Brooklyn, NY.

on The Book of Esther

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