Only a writer of reach and wit could begin a captivating memoir about major life changes with a meditation on the everyday things we lose, like our car keys. That is what KATHRYN SCHULZ has done in her new book about losing her beloved father and almost simultaneously finding the love of her life. A Pulitzer Prize-winning staff writer for The New Yorker, she will talk about the memoir form, what it requires, and how it differs from her other work. And Schulz will share some lyrical passages about the ending of life and the beginning of love.
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