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Jami Attenberg in conversation w/Liz Moore

  • Radio Kismet 448 N. 10th St Philadelphia PA (map)

Jami Attenberg is the author of six books: Instant Love, The Kept Man, The Melting Season, New York Times bestseller The Middlesteins, Saint Mazie, and national bestseller All Grown Up, which was published in March 2017 in the US and the UK, and in Italy, Germany, France, Holland, Poland, Russia, China, the Czech Republic, Turkey, Portugal and Hungary in 2018. Her seventh book, All This Could Be Yours, will be published on October 22, 2019.

 A Most Anticipated title from: Buzzfeed, BookRiot, LitHub, The Millions, The Week, and Good Housekeeping

“Prickly and unsentimental, but never quite hopeless, Attenberg poet laureate of difficult families, captures the relentlessly lonely beauty of being alive.”
Kirkus, starred review

“Dazzling . . . A delectable family saga.”
Publisher’s Weekly, starred review

“An ambitious and utterly delectable novel about families and their secrets that opens up, pleasurably, like a set of nesting dolls."

—Kelly Link, author of Get In Trouble

“Jami Attenberg's work is so deeply attuned to humans and our imperfect attempts to love each other. All This Could Be Yours is populated by Attenberg's pitch-perfect characters; flawed, recognizable people dealing with big topics--death, family, sex, love--and Attenberg handles it all with an expert touch and a keen sense of what, despite all the sadness and secrets, keeps people connected, striving for moments of beauty and tenderness in a dark world.”
—Emma Cline, author of The Girls

Liz Moore is the author of four novels, including Long Bright River, which will be published by Riverhead in January 2020. Her short fiction and creative nonfiction have appeared in venues such as Tin House, The New York Times, and Narrative Magazine. She is the winner of the Medici Book Club Prize, Philadelphia's Athenaeum Literary Award, and a 2014 Rome Prize in Literature. She lives with her family in Philadelphia and is a faculty member of the MFA program in Creative Writing at Temple University.