Opening Wednesday, December 6th, from 6PM - 7:30PM
Lynne Tillman is a singular voice in the landscape of American writers and the author of twelve books, including What Would Lynne Tillman Do? (2014). Her latest novel, Men and Apparitions, forthcoming in March 2018, explores the human drive to create and keep images, and what it means to live in a culture glutted with pictures.
For this program, presented in conjunction with Alejandro Cesarco’s Renaissance Society exhibition, Song, Tillman talks with Cesarco about narrative tropes and playing with genre, in their own work and elsewhere.
Free, open to the public.
This event takes place in the University of Chicago’s Classics Department, room 110. Enter through the walkway from 59th St. or through the door in the south-west corner of the Classics Quad, which is just south of the Renaissance Society