The White Review: Issue no. 8 launch, with Lauren Elkin, Siri Hustvedt, & Kate Zambreno

'Writing by women simply isn’t read, received, or written about in the way writing by men is,' writes Lauren Elkin in her essay "Barking from the Margins: on écriture féminine," featured in The White Review No. 8. To mark the New York launch of the London-based periodical's latest issue, Lauren will be joined in conversation by Siri Hustvedt, author of The Summer Without Men, and Living, Thinking, Looking, and Kate Zambreno, author of Heroines and Green Girl.Lauren Elkin is a Paris-based writer, critic, and translator. She is the co-author of The End of Oulipo? An Attempt to Exhaust a Movement (with Scott Esposito, Zer0 Books) and her novel Une Année à Venise was awarded the Prix des Lecteurs du Festival Rue des Livres. She is a frequent contributor to the Times Literary Supplement and The Daily Beast, and is a contributing editor at The White Review. Siri Hustevedt is the author of a book of poems, Reading to You, three books of essays, Mysteries of the Rectangle: Essays on Painting, A Plea for Eros, and Living, Thinking, Looking; a work of nonfiction, The Shaking Woman or A History of My Nerves; and five novels: The Blindfold, The Enchantment of Lily Dahl, What I Loved, The Sorrows of an American, and The Summer Without Men. Her sixth novel, The Blazing World willl be published in March 2014. In 2003 and 2011 her work was shortlisted for the Prix Femina Etranger for the best foreign novel of the year in France and she was the recipient of the 2012 International Gabarron Prize for Thought and Humanities. 
Kate Zambreno is the author of two novels, O Fallen Angel (Chiasmus Press) and Green Girl (to be reissued by Harper Perennial next summer). She is also the author of Heroines (Semiotext(e)'s Active Agents) and the upcoming Book of Mutter (Counterpath Press). She is teaching this year in the writing program at Sarah Lawrence College.                                    

Event date: 

Wednesday, September 11, 2013 - 7:00pm

Event address: 

52 Prince St
10012-3309 New York