A.M. Homes reading and discussion with Aoibheann Sweeney, Eat, Drink & Be Literary at BAMcafe

April 2018

Interviews Reading Audio

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Presented by the National Book Foundation and BAM

A.M. Homes reads the story “May We Be Forgiven,” which appeared in Granta 100, and discusses her writing life, followed by a Q&A session with moderator Aoibheann Sweeney and the audience.

A.M. Homes has authored numerous works, including the novels This Book Will Save Your Life and Music for Torching; the short story collection Things You Should Know; the recent memoir The Mistress’s Daughter; and various pieces in Harper’s, The New Yorker, The New York Times, and McSweeney’s. A Guggenheim and NEA Fellow, Homes was a writer/producer for the hit Showtime original series The L Word, and is currently a contributing editor to Vanity Fair, Bomb, and The Blind Spot.

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