Monday, May 28, 2012

Best Paris Stories

(Ernest Hemingway at his writing desk, via Melawend)

How to write about Paris? After hundreds of years, what is there left to say about the City of Lights? As it turns out, a whole lot (just look at the blogosphere). That's why Laurel Zuckerman has created and edited Best Paris Stories, a collection of short stories about the city which celebrates its launch tomorrow at the American Library of Paris.

With stories from both established and up-and-coming writers, Best Paris Stories represents a wide spectrum of perspectives about our lovely city. "The stories, like the inhabitants of Paris, are extremely diverse and appeal to different sensibilities. I think each reader will find something that speaks to him or her in this collection," Zuckerman told the American Library in Paris. From Montmartre to Montparnasse and everything in between, the stories range from humorous to poignant and always fascinating. Many of the writers, expats and/or Francophiles of course, will be at the launch tomorrow. Head over to the AL to celebrate the book, the writers, and most of all, belle Paris.

Best Paris Stories Book Launch
Tuesday, May 29 - 7:30pm
American Library in Paris
10 Rue Gén Camou (7e Arr.)
Métro: M8 to École Militaire

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