Vivian Gornick reads from and talks about The Odd Woman and the City

In this special “on location” Sydney Writers Festival show, Vivian Gornick reads from and talks about the writing of her latest book The Odd Woman and the City, about the nature (and freedom) of “oddness”, about the joy and vitality of New York City, about the literary self vs the living self, the conversation between life and literature, about the nature of factual truth and memory, about self-doubt and the stretch into discomfort that is a writer’s work, about sitzfleish and speilkas, about the way in which she’s a minimalist, about understanding the past, about her work in progress and the joy of re-reading, and lots more.

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