The Mary Tefft White Cultural Center Lecture Series in conjunction with the Bermont Fellowship for Fiction and Nonfiction and the Rogers Free Library's Jane Bodell Endowment presents Novelist, Adam Haslett, Wednesday, March 22, 2021, at 7pm. Click here to register.
As part of the Bermont Fellowship for Fiction and Nonfiction, noted novelist Adam Haslett will offer a public reading and discussion. Haslett is the author of three works of fiction: Imagine Me Gone, a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Critics Circle Award, and winner of the Los Angeles Times Book Award; the short story collection You Are Not a Stranger Here, also a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award; and the novel Union Atlantic, winner of the Lambda Literary Award and shortlisted for the Commonwealth Prize. His books have been translated into eighteen languages, and his journalism on culture and politics have appeared in The Financial Times, Esquire, New York Magazine, The New Yorker, The Guardian, Der Spiegel, The Nation, and The Atlantic Monthly, among others.
The Guardian: Adam Haslett: 'I think of this book as a love story about a family'
Lambda Literary: Adam Haslett: On Masculinity, Being Fearless, and the Power of Ambiguity
Literary Hub: The Perpetual Solitude of the Writer
Los Angeles Times: Adam Haslett, L.A. Times Book Prize Finalist, discusses 'Imagine Me Gone'
New York Times Book Review: 'Imagine Me Gone,' by Adam Haslett
NPR Book Reviews: Money Collides With History In 'Union Atlantic'
NPR Book Reviews: Unquiet Minds Make Absorbing Reading In 'Imagine Me Gone'