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Lethem and Homes at Columbia 2/28

Nevertheless, it's bound to be a scintillating evening, and really, how much better-looking a literary event are you going to find? Here are the details:

February 28, 7 p.m.:


The New Yorker fiction contributors Jonathan Lethem (Motherless Brooklyn) and A. M. Homes (Music for Torching) read from their work and talk with The New Yorker's fiction editor, Deborah Treisman.

On January 24, the tickets will become available to the public at the box office and by phone, 212-854-7799 (Monday-Friday 12-6 p.m.). 2 tickets per reservation. Columbia University's Miller Theatre, Broadway at 116th St. Directions.

From the proofreader-seeking Columbia Arts Initiative blog.

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