Laura Sims: Looker, With Joanna Hershon

02/12/2019 - 7:00pm
Fiction
Reading/Talk

When an interaction with the actress at the annual block party takes a disastrous turn, what began as an innocent preoccupation spirals quickly, and lethally, into a frightening and irretrievable madness. Searing and darkly witty, Looker is enormously entertaining—a psychologically suspenseful and fearlessly original portrait of the perils of envy.

Laura Sims will be joined in conversation by author Joanna Hershon.

Laura Sims is the author of Looker, a novel; four books of poetry, most recently Staying Alive; and the editor of Fare Forward: Letters from David Markson. She lives outside of New York City with her family.

Joanna Hershon has written five novels: SwimmingThe Outside of AugustThe German BrideA Dual Inheritance and St. Ivo (forthcoming in 2020 with Farrar, Straus & Giroux). Her work has been published in (among other places) GrantaThe New York Times, One StoryThe Virginia Quarterly Review, the anthologies Brooklyn Was Mine and Freud's Blind Spot.

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