Rachel Careau’s and Paul Eprile’s exquisite new translations of Chéri and The End of Chéri restore to these classic novels their taut, remarkably modern style — the essence of Colette’s...

In February, the Albertine Book Club will discuss Human Nature by Serge Joncour, translated by Louise Rogers Lalaurie, and published by Gallic Books.

Join member of the illustrious Académie Française and multiple award-winning author Chantal Thomas, and internationally acclaimed novelist and laureate of the Femina Prize, Julie Otsuka as they...

On March 16, join us as Judith Thurman discusses A Left Handed Woman, her latest collection of essays, with award-winning poet and best-selling memoirist Mary Karr.

In March, the Albertine Book Club will discuss White Métisse by Kim Lefèvre, translated by Jack A. Yeager, and published by University of Hawai’i Press.

Join Annie Cohen-Solal and Jonathan Galassi as they discuss Cohen-Solal’s Picasso, the Foreigner, published to wide acclaimed in France and winner of the 2022 Fémina Prize (nonfiction...

On April 13 at 6pm, join Henri Cole, one of America’s finest poets, and internationally acclaimed novelist, essayist, and poet Joyce Carol Oates for an evening of conversation and readings of...

In April, the Albertine Book Club will discuss To The Friend Who Did Not Save My Life by Hervé Guibert, translated by Linda Coverdale, and published by Semiotext(e).

In June, the Albertine Book Club will discuss Life with Picasso by Françoise Gilot and Carlton Lake, and published by NYRB.

On Tuesday, January 17 at 6pm, join us for a group conversation on A Man Place and Passion Simple by this year’s Nobel Prize Laureate Annie Ernaux.

The Albertine Book Club will discuss the book The Vagabond by Colette, translated by Stanley Applebaum..

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Sunday, December 3, 2023
to Monday, December 4, 2023

Join us for a festive weekend celebrating French author Marcel Proust’s remarkable body of work through performance art, live readings, creative workshops for kids, a patisserie tasting, and more.

The Albertine Book Club will discuss Broken Glass by Alain Mabanckou, translated by Helen Stevenson, and published by Soft Skull Press.

Join French writer Olivier Guez and Pulizer Prize winner Joshua Cohen for the book launch event and discussion on the acclaimed The Disappearance of Josef Mengele, a novel on one of history’s...

Join David Jimenez and Ellen Nidy for a discussion about the art of decorating your home like a Parisian.

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