Join us for a morning of reading and activities inspired by Une Maman c’est comme une maison (A Mother is like a Nest) by Aurore Petit. The reading will be followed by an interactive collective...

Join us for a lively Zoom conversation on The Ravishing of Lol Stein  by Marguerite Duras translated from the French by Richard Seaver (Pantheon) moderated by Sandrine Butteau.

Sometimes, all it takes is a single voice to shatter the silence of complicity. Join the Cultural Services of the French Embassy’s Book Department and Emory University for the launch of Ideas...

Join author, publisher, and internationally acclaimed Proust scholar Jean-Yves Tadié and author and Barnard professor Caroline Weber as they discuss the Proust issue of Les Cahiers de L’Herne and...

Join us for a lively Zoom conversation on  The Art of Losing by Alice Zeniter translated from the French by Frank Wynne (FSG). 

Join us for a lively Zoom conversation on  Ellis Island by Georges Perec translated from the French by Harry Mathews (New Directions Publishing). 

Join us for a morning of reading and activities inspired by Au bois by Charline Collette. The reading will be followed by an interactive collective workshop led by Charline Collette on Zoom.

Join Moroccan author Abdellah Taïa and internationally acclaimed novelist Colm Tóibín on March 27 at 2pm for a conversation on Taïa’s A Country for Dying (trans. by Emma Ramadan, Seven...

Join us for a conversation with Alice Zeniter on her widely acclaimed bestselling novel The Art of Losing (trans. Frank Wynne, FSG) on Zoom.

Tilt Kids Festival
Saturday, March 20, 2021
to Sunday, March 21, 2021
10:30 AM

Join the beloved TILT Kids Festival, which has presented adventurous and sophisticated art and ideas for audiences of all ages since 2017, for an entirely virtual edition over the weekend of March...

Join us for a lively Zoom conversation on  At Night All Blood is Black by David Diop translated from the French by Anna Moschovakis (FSG) moderated by Adam Hocker.

Join children’s book illustrator and Albertine Prix Jeunesse laureate Kris Di Giacomo for a morning of reading and fun on Sunday, March 14.

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