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Festival America, the dynamic literary gathering that brings together 60 North American writers, kicks off this week — and the American Library in Paris is thrilled to be participating. This Thursday, September 23 at 19h30, we’ll welcome Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Richard Russo for a reading and talk in one of forty literary evenings that will sweep across Paris. And don’t miss a panel on “Libraries and the future of reading” featuring the Library’s fearless leader, Charlie Trueheart, also on Thursday, at 15h30 in Vincennes (the Festival’s center).
Read more about Festival America in this post from the travel blog of the New York Times.