Do you like stories about unusual friendships? Then join us on Saturday, January 21, at 11am, as we read from Haut les pattes ! by Catharina Valckx, and Loulou by Gregoire Solotareff.
Join novelist Antoine Bello and journalist Maurin Picard as they reflect on the possibilities of artificial intelligence as well as the foundation of human creativity in a conversation based on Ada (Gallimard, 2016), Bello’s latest novel.
Join us as we explore the wonderful imaginary worlds of Timothée de Fombelle, author of the bestselling novels Vango, Tobie Lolness, Le Livre de Perle, and Victoria, among many other titles.
Former Editorial Director of Le Nouvel Observateur Aude Lancelin and Harpers Magazine President and Publisher John R. (Rick) MacArthur will discuss the changes that have occured over the past two decades in the news industry.
Join authors AM Homes and Laure Murat as they reflect on their love for L.A. and mined the heart of this complex and fascinating city, in a conversation moderated by Eric Banks.
Following the many steps of a law , from its inception to its publication, and paying attention to all the actors involved – Noëlle Herrenschmidt lets us see the beating heart of our Republic.
Join us for a cut-out typography and collage workshop around ABC3D, Marion Bataille’s dazzling pop up Alphabet book!
A Reading/Performance by Capitaine Alexandre, based on his poetic manifesto: Résidents de la République!
Anka Muhlstein and Caroline Weber delve into the passionate involvement with the fine arts of French novelists Balzac, Zola, Proust, Huysmans, and Maupassant,
Join French writer-filmmaker Frédéric Beigbeder, and American novelist Jay McInerney as they discuss Manhattan’s Babe, the illustrated English-language edition of Beigbeder’s bestselling novel, Oona & Salinger.
Join us for a morning of reading and fun. We will read from the story Il N’est jamais trop tard by Giovanna Zoboli and Camilla Engman.
We invite you to join us on Thursday, January 12, 2017, at 7pm, as philosopher, journalist, activist, and filmmaker Bernard-Henri Lévy discusses his newest book, The Genius of Judaism (Random House, January 2017), during a conversation with author and New Yorker journalist Adam Gopnik.
Join film historian and critic Antoine de Baecque, film critic, essayist, fiction writer, poet Phillip Lopate, and film critic and professor Sam Di Iorio for a conversation on filmmaker Rohmer’s life, work, and legacy.
Come celebrate the holidays with French novelist Stephane Audeguy, 2016 laureate of the Wepler Prize with his novel ‘Histoire du lion personne’ (Seuil).