PAUL AUSTER with PAUL CONSTANT at Town Hall
One of the major literary figures at work in the U.S., one who is read and known internationally as a novelist, memoirist, poet, and translator, Paul Auster makes this welcome Seattle return with what is possibly his greatest, most ambitious novel yet, 4 3 2 1 (Henry Holt). “Auster has been turning readers’ heads for three decades, bending the conventions of storytelling . . . . He now presents his most capacious, demanding, eventful, suspenseful, erotic, structurally audacious, funny, and soulful novel to date . . . [a] ravishing opus.”— Booklist. “Almost everything about Auster's new novel is big. . . Satisfyingly rich in detail . . . . A significant and immersive entry to a genre that stretches back centuries and includes Augie March and Tristram Shandy.”—Publishers Weekly. That, just the beginning of the acclaim. Onstage with Paul Auster this evening will be Paul Constant of the Seattle Review of Books, who should help make this an even more enjoyably memorable evening. Click the link below to purchase tickets which include a copy of 4 3 2 1. Town Hall Seattle is at 1119 Eighth Avenue (at Seneca).