26. Fiction at the Edges: Novelists on Trauma, Displacement, and Loss

Saturday, June 3 | 1:30 PM - 2:45 PM
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  • Literary

Krys Lee, in conversation with Elizabeth Rosner

Debut novelist Krys Lee, in “How I Became A North Korean,” focuses on individuals in desperate circumstances. Lee’s characters, forced into exile, must find ways to retain their humanity in the midst of aching upheaval. Berkeley author Elizabeth Rosner talks with Lee, considering the multitude of ways that literature can address modern life’s most urgent and painful challenges.

2017-06-03 13:30:00 2017-06-03 14:45:00 America/Los_Angeles Fiction at the Edges: Novelists on Trauma, Displacement, and Loss Debut novelist Krys Lee, in "How I Became A North Korean," focuses on individuals in desperate circumstances. Lee's characters, forced into exile, must find ways to retain their humanity in the midst of aching upheaval. Berkeley author Elizabeth Rosner talks with Lee, considering the multitude of ways that literature can address modern life's most urgent and painful challenges. David Brower Center Krys Lee, in conversation with Elizabeth Rosner Get Tickets

David Brower Center - Goldman Theater

Book signing information: David Brower Center Gallery

Literature Translation Institute of Korea (LTI Korea)