A LITERARY LIFE: JOHN FREEMAN

A LITERARY LIFE: JOHN FREEMAN

Friday 26 August 2016, 11:00am—12:00pm

John Freeman lives and breathes books. He is a renowned book critic, the former editor of Granta, one of the world's most respected literary journals, and the author of Shrinking the World: The 4,000-year story of how email came to rule our lives and How to Read a Novelist. As founding editor of the new literary journal Freeman's, which has just released its second issue, he publishes some of the world's most respected writers, from Haruki Murakami to Marlon James and David Mitchell.

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John Freeman lives and breathes books. He is a renowned book critic, the former editor of Granta, one of the world’s most respected literary journals, and the author of Shrinking the World: The 4,000-year story of how email came to rule our lives and How to Read a Novelist. As founding editor of the new literary journal Freeman’s, which has just released its second issue, he publishes some of the world’s most respected writers, from Haruki Murakami to Marlon James and David Mitchell. He chats to Paula Morris about his literary life, connections and work.

Supported by: Embassy of the United States of America.
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