Time & Location
Dec 06, 2020, 1:00 PM EST
About the Event
Join Literary Modiin for it's December Author Event, happening virtually, with:
- Nicole Krauss, author of To Be a Man
- Max Gross, author of The Lost Shtetl
Nicole Krauss is the author of the international bestsellers, Forest Dark, Great House, a finalist for the National Book Award and the Orange Prize, and The History of Love, which won the Saroyan Prize for International Literature and France’s Prix du Meilleur Livre Étranger, and was short-listed for the Orange, Médicis, and Femina prizes. Her first novel, Man Walks Into a Room, was a finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book of the Year. In 2007, she was selected as one of Granta’s Best of Young American Novelists, and in 2010 she was chosen by The New Yorker for their “Twenty Under Forty” list. Her fiction has been published in the New Yorker, the Atlantic, Harper’s Magazine, Esquire, and The Best American Short Stories, and her books have been translated into thirty-seven languages. She is currently the first Writer-in-Residence at the Zuckerman Mind Brain Behavior Institute at Columbia University. To Be a Man, her first collection of short stories, will be published in November 2020.
Max Gross, the son of two writers, grew up in Brooklyn Heights and attended Saint Ann’s School and Dartmouth College. After school, he spent a year living in Israel before returning to New York. His first job in journalism was at the Forward newspaper, where he covered topics ranging from the talking fish of New Square, NY, to the modest society calling itself Jews for Allah. Gross later became a writer for the New York Post, where he covered real estate, travel and food. While at the Post, he wrote an article about what it’s like to look like Seth Rogen that was turned into the book From Schlub to Stud: How to Embrace Your Inner Mensch and Conquer the Big City. Gross is currently the Editor in Chief of the real estate publication Commercial Observer. He lives on the Upper West Side with his wife Jane and son Harry. The Lost Shtetl is his first novel.