Thursday, January 26, 6:00 p.m. ET
WMG members: $20; Non-member guests of WMG members: $20
Private Manhattan residence (Gramercy)
Masks required for all attendees
Enjoy an up-close and personal conversation with Jean Hanff Korelitz, the bestselling author of eight novels.
We will start the evening with a conversation between Jean and Jane Wesman, WMG’s Programming Chair, about The Plot and The Latecomer, both of which are being adapted as limited tv series. Attendees will then have a chance to ask their own questions about Jean’s books and her experiences as a writer.
We request that attendees read The Plot or The Latecomer (or both) and come prepared to participate in what promises to be a funny, surprising, and lively conversation. You’re encouraged to bring copies of Jean’s books to be signed.
About Jean Hanff Korelitz
Born and raised in New York City, Jean was educated at Dartmouth College and Clare College, Cambridge. In addition to The Latecomer and The Plot, she is the author of You Should Have Known (adapted for HBO as The Undoing), Admission (2013 film adaptation), The Devil and Webster, The White Rose, The Sabbathday River, and A Jury of Her Peers, as well as a middle-grade reader and a collection of poetry.
With her husband, Irish poet Paul Muldoon, she adapted James Joyce’s The Dead as an immersive theatrical event, The Dead, 1904. Jean is also the founder of BOOKTHEWRITER, which offers “Pop-Up Book Groups” in New York City. Learn more at about Jean at www.jeanhanffkorelitz.com.