Presented by the National Book Foundation and BAM
Thu, 10 Jun 2010
E.L. Doctorow reads from his novel Homer and Langley and discusses his life as a writer, including why he left his job as Editor of Dial Press to write full-time, how writing one line lead to his latest novel, and he discusses the three things that will never fail you. The interview is followed by a Question and Answer session with moderator Daniel Menaker and the audience. Recorded in the BAM Lepercq Space as part of the Eat, Drink and Be Literary reading series. Presented in partnership with BAM.