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Kelly Writers House Fellows 2018: Paul Auster February 14-15

Selected Works @ Penn Libraries

Paul Auster

February 14-15,  2018 

Reading in the Arts Cafe Wednesday 2/14: 6:30PM

Brunch in the Arts Cafe Thursday 2/15: 10:00AM

RSVP REQUIRED: whfellow@writing.upenn.edu

Paul Auster: "How I Became a Writer"

 

Watch and listen as Paul Auster brings you into his brownstone home in Brooklyn as describes the story of how he became a writer. 

http://www.artbabble.org/video/louisiana/paul-auster-how-i-became-writer

Radio: Paul Auster and the American

Andrew Marr, from BBC Radio, talks to Paul Auster about his latest work: 4 3 2 1. This novel interlinks four versions of the hero's life with the monumental events of mid-twentieth century America. 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b08gwfjt

More Articles on Auster from The Annual Bibliography of English Language and Literature

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Films

     

 

Writer and director of Smoke (1995), Paul Auster tells the story of a Brooklyn smoke shop that follows the stories and lives of multiple customers.

 

Lulu on the Bridge (1998), a romantic-mystery drama film written and directed by Auster, follows a jazz saxophone player whose life is drastically altered after being shot. After finding a mysterious stone and falling in love, strange dreamlike events alter the happiness and life events of the protagonist. 

This documentary film, that Auster wrote and stars in, investigates the "metaphysical" effects of being struck by lightning. The film follows seven stories of personal experiences with lightening strikes. 

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