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During this evening at the Thalia Book Club, much-loved New Yorker essayist Roger Angell discusses his memoir Let Me Finish with New Yorker writer Mark Singer. The two men chat about the famed magazine, how Angell came to write his memoir, the nature of memory, and the author-editor relationship, among other subjects. Angell also shares several entertaining anecdotes from his life and writing, and reads a selection from his book. An engaging question-and-answer session with the audience follows the talk, in which Angell discusses his two favorite subjects: baseball and martinis.

Publisher's Summary

Beloved author Roger Angell discusses his memoir, which includes reflections on his family and growing up that have recently appeared in The New Yorker, with Mark Singer, staff writer for The New Yorker.

If you haven't heard it already, download Roger Angell's The Summer Game.

And don't miss any of the Thalia Book Club author events.

©2006 The Symphony Space, Inc. (P)2006 The Symphony Space, Inc.

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