A.M. Homes and Dorthe Nors
Tuesday, February 11 | 7:00 pm The Center for Fiction, 17 East 47th Street, New York, NY
Join us at the Center for Fiction for a conversation between Dorthe Nors and A. M. Homes. They will discuss their latest books—Dorthe Nors's Karate Chop, the debut A Public Space Book from Graywolf Press, and A. M. Homes's May We Be Forgiven (Viking Press).
is the author of the novels, This Book Will Save Your Life, which won the 2013 Orange/Women’s Prize for Fiction, Music For Torching, The End of Alice, In a Country of Mothers, and Jack, as well as the short-story collections, Things You Should Know and The Safety of Objects, the best selling memoir, The Mistress's Daughter along with a travel memoir, Los Angeles: People, Places and The Castle on the Hill, and the artist's book Appendix A: Her work has been translated into twenty-two languages and appears frequently in Art Forum, Harpers, Granta, McSweeney's, The New Yorker, The New York Times, and Zoetrope. She is a Contributing Editor to Vanity Fair, Bomb and Blind Spot. A.M. Homes was born in Washington D.C., lives in New York City and teaches in the Creative Writing Program at Princeton.
was born in 1970 and holds a degree in literature and art history from the University of Aarhus. She is the author of the novels “Soul” (2001), “Stormesteren” (2003) and “Ann Lie” (2005) and in 2008 she published a collection of short stories entitled “Kantslag” (Karate Chop). In 2010 she published “Dage” (Days); a novella, and after that came the novella Minna needs rehearsal space (Minna mangler et øvelokale), 2013. The novel Mirror, Shoulder, Signal was published in 2016, and in 2017 it was a Man Booker International finalist.