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In conversation with authors Lee Foust and Cary Tennis

In conversation with authors Lee Foust and Cary Tennis



Join authors Lee Foust and Cary D. Tennis as they discuss their books 'Inbetween' and 'The Split Second Forever' with moderator Lynn Cole--a night of Italian adventures by way of San Francisco. They will also chat about their new publishing project, The Florentine Underground Press. Lee Foust is a writer and performer from Oakland, California who has lived in Florence since the mid-1990s. He teaches literature and creative writing for U.S. universities in Italy and is the father of one. He is the author of Sojourner, fiction, poetry, and experimental prose surrounding the mystery of place, and Poison and Antidote, nine Bohemian tales of 1980s San Francisco. Foust’s fiction, poetry, recordings, and essays have appeared in journals in Europe, Australia, and the U.S.A. Lee will be reading from, signing, and discussing his first novel Inbetween. Inbetween is a politicized Gen X love story. 1986: A musician and an aspiring painter move through the San Francisco underground music scene, backpack Europe, study art in Florence, and find themselves—and revolutionary politics—in Rome. This novel is not available on Amazon. It is not sold in corporate bookstores. It is part of the resistance. For more info see Cary D. Tennis is a journalist, fiction writer, musician and poet from San Francisco best known for his popular Salon advice column " Since You Asked," read by millions of fans worldwide. He has published numerous books of columns, among which are Since You Asked and Citizens of the Dream. His latest nonfiction book of advice for writers, Finishing School, was published by Tarcher/Penguin in January 2017; his most recent poem appeared in the June 2019 issue of The Sun magazine. He has played guitar in a punk band, ridden the streets as a bike messenger, been a columnist for The San Francisco Weekly, written for Spin, Details, Creem, and The San Francisco Examiner, and published fiction and poetry in numerous small journals. He is also a trained Amherst Writers and Artists workshop leader and holds workshops in California, Amsterdam, Tuscany, and France's Loire Valley. His current project, from which he will read at St. Mark’s on October 22, is The Split-Second Forever, a work of memoir and Italian history about the life-changing effects of sudden decisions (such as moving to Tuscany).

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Categoria: Mostre e Cultura

Quando: Martedì 22-10-2019 alle 18:00

Dove: St Mark's English Church

Indirizzo: Via Maggio 16 Firenze

Prezzo: Vario

Link: Sito Web dell'evento