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Saïd Sayrafiezadeh in Conversation With David Adjmi
August 11 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pmFree
Saïd Sayrafiezadeh has been hailed by Philip Gourevitch as “a masterful storyteller working from deep in the American grain.” His new collection of stories — some of which have appeared in The New Yorker, The Paris Review, and The Best American Short Stories — is set in a contemporary America full of the kind of emotionally bruised characters familiar to readers of Denis Johnson and George Saunders. These are people contending with internal struggles — a son’s fractured relationship with his father, the death of a mother, the loss of a job, drug addiction — even as they are battered by larger, often invisible, economic, political, and racial forces of American society. Searing, intimate, often slyly funny, and always marked by a deep imaginative sympathy, American Estrangement (W. W. Norton) is a testament to our addled times. It will cement Sayrafiezadeh’s reputation as one of the essential 21st-century American writers. Sayrafiezadeh will be joined in conversation by playwright David Adjmi, author of Lot Six and Marie Antoinette.