Two of the year’s most talked about novelists, Emma Straub and Gabrielle Zevin, share the stage to discuss their acclaimed new books.
The much-loved author of Modern Lovers and The Vacationers, Straub introduces This Time Tomorrow, a novel that subverts time travel tropes to tell a story of cherishing what we have while we can. A New York Times–bestseller, Zevin sheds light on Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, a stylish, open-hearted love story set in a world of creativity and video gaming. They speak with Brodie Lancaster.
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Emma Straub is the New York Times bestselling author of four novels, The Vacationers, Modern Lovers, Laura Lamont's Life in Pictures, All Adults Here and This Time Tomorrow and the short story collection Other People We ...
Gabrielle Zevin is a New York Times and internationally bestselling novelist whose critically acclaimed books have been translated into forty languages. Her most recent novel is Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, ...
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