Writers’ Workshop graduate Tony Tulathimutte will read from Private Citizens, called by New York Magazine "the first great millennial novel." Capturing the anxious, self-aware mood of young college grads, this is the story of four whip-smart friends torn between fixing the world and cannibalizing it, and who—though estranged—stagger through the Bay Area, always washing up in each other's lives. Tony Tulathimutte has written for VICE, AGNI, The Threepenny Review, Salon, The New Yorker online, and other publications. He has received an O. Henry Award and a MacDowell Colony Fellowship. He lives in New York.
This special event will be moderated by Writers' Workshop graduate Liz Weiss.