Thursday 30 November – 12:30 – 13:30 EST
Penelope Rowlands curated this collection of essays to explore the question of why Paris has had such a profound impact on the lives of so many people. Here writers from a wide variety of backgrounds, including Cuba, Iran, even France, provide “an indelible portrait of an entrancing, sometimes exasperating, yet always fascinating place to live.
You can purchase the book here.
About your host:
Janet Hulstrand is a writer, editor, writing coach, and teacher who divides her time between the US and France. She created and has taught literature classes for City University of New York study abroad programs in Paris since 1997, and teaches online classes for Politics and Prose bookstore in Washington DC. She writes frequently for Bonjour Paris and France Today, mostly (though not entirely) about books related to France.
Janet is the author of Demystifying the French: How to Love Them, And Make Them Love You and the recently published A Long Way from Iowa: From the Heartland to the Heart of France.