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Prague Spring Outside Event: The Author in the Age of the Internet, Sat. Apr. 24, 7 pm

From: Lee
Sent on: Saturday, April 17, 2010 7:03 PM
When: Saturday, April 24,[masked]:00 PM

Where: Tishman Auditorium at the New School
66 West 12th Street (b/t 5th & 6th Ave)

The London Review of Books is celebrating their 30th anniversary by hosting a lecture series here in New York. The tickets normally cost $15, but we have been allocated up to 20 tickets for free on one condition, if you RSVP yes for this event, you definitely have to show up. If you cannot be sure you will attend, please RSVP maybe and then contact me on the day of the event to see if a seat is still available. (Please follow these rules so Prague Spring can maintain its relationships with sponsors who provide free access to their events.)

The Author in the Age of the Internet
A panel discussion with John Lanchester, Andrew O?Hagan, Colm T?ib?n, Mary-Kay Wilmers and James Wood

Developments in the internet and electronic publishing are revolutionising the way books are sold and read. Not since Gutenberg has there been such a profound change in the transfer of knowledge in our society. What effect is this having on authors? Is it changing the way they write? If the physical book dies out, how will this alter the nature of fictional and non-fictional texts? With the decline of print newspapers and the fragmentation of the reading constituency, how will classics be identified and reputations made?

John Lanchester, Andrew O?Hagan, Colm T?ib?n, Mary-Kay Wilmers and James Wood will discuss these and a host of related issues with special reference to their own practice as writers.

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