University of Wisconsin–Madison

Events

Mar
16
Fri
A conversation with Linor Goralik and a reading from her book Found Life (Columbia UP, 2017) @ Van Hise Hall 104
Mar 16 @ 2:30 pm – 3:30 pm
A conversation with Linor Goralik and a reading from her book Found Life (Columbia UP, 2017) @ Van Hise Hall 104 | Madison | Wisconsin | United States

Linor Goralik is a writer, poet, and artist living between Israel and Russia. She has authored a number of novels, short prose and poetry collections, non-fiction works, and children’s books. In addition to writing fiction, she translates prose and poetry from Hebrew and English into Russian and teaches fashion theory at the State University for the Humanities and the Higher School of Economics, both in Moscow. Featuring selections of Goralik’s short prose, poetry, dramas, and comic strips, Found Life is her first book to appear in English. The book tour is co-sponsored by the Joseph Brodsky Fellowship Fund, of which Goralik was a poetry fellow in 2016.

This event is free and open to the public.