34. Wanderlust: Essaying Forth

Saturday, June 3 | 3:00 PM - 4:15 PM
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Oddny Eir and Geoff Dyer, interviewed by Ethan Nosowsky

Many of the world’s great stories take the form of odysseys: an adventure through landscapes that inspire and challenge. But the best writers know that the most exotic and profound journeys really take place within. In their wildly original books, these two genre-defying authors manage to do both of these things at once. Their works of fiction and nonfiction explore the meaning of travel and pilgrimage as well as the connections between imagination and reality, place and identity, story and myth.

2017-06-03 15:00:00 2017-06-03 16:15:00 America/Los_Angeles Wanderlust: Essaying Forth Many of the world’s great stories take the form of odysseys: an adventure through landscapes that inspire and challenge. But the best writers know that the most exotic and profound journeys really take place within. In their wildly original books, these two genre-defying authors manage to do both of these things at once. Their works of fiction and nonfiction explore the meaning of travel and pilgrimage as well as the connections between imagination and reality, place and identity, story and myth. Cornerstone Oddny Eir and Geoff Dyer, interviewed by Ethan Nosowsky Get Tickets

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