Film, Video Colson Whitehead's New York

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Title
Colson Whitehead's New York
Summary
Colson Whitehead, 2020 recipient of the Library of Congress Prize for American Fiction, talks with Rocco Staino, director of New York's Empire Center for the Book. The two-time Pulitzer winner talks about growing up in New York, where he continues to live, and how it has influenced his writing.
Event Date
March 29, 2021
Running Time
27 minutes 25 seconds
Online Format
video
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