(E) Josip Novakovich, Tuesday, September 14 at 6 p.m.
will discuss and read selections from his new novel
April Fool's Day
Tuesday, September 14 at 6 p.m.
Margaret Liebman Berger Forum
Josip Novakovich, a native of Croatia, moved to the United States at the
age of 20. He has published two short story collections, Yolk and Salvation
and Other Disasters, and two collections of essays, Plum Brandy: Croatian
Journeys and Apricots from Chernobyl. His first novel April Fool's Day, set
in the Balkans, will be published this fall. He was a 2001?2002 Fellow at
the Cullman Center, and was the winner of a Whiting award, a
Cohen/Ploughshares award and an Ingram Merrill award. He teaches creative
writing at Pennsylvania State University.
This is a free program but seating is limited. To reserve seats, please
call 212-930-0084 or send email to CSW@nypl.org .
Dear Crown Friends,
Please let me know if you can attend the following event. Hope to see you soon,
Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers
The New York Public Library, Room 225
Fifth Avenue and 42nd Street
New York, NY 10018