This Is Where We Came In: a new collection of essays that offer intimate glimpses of a writer's life.
See You in the Dark, Lynne Schwartz's second collection of poetry, available now from Northwestern University Press.
And look for her novel, Two-Part Inventions: the story of an ambitious pianist, from her early years to the complexities of her later musical career.
I'll be moderating a discussion with French author Erwan Lahrer about his new memoir, The Book I Didn't Want to Write, at Albertine Bookstore, 972 5th Avenue, NY, NY, Monday, Nov. 12, 6:30 -7:30. Lahrer was injured in the terrorist attack at the Bataclan Theater in Paris three years ago and has written about his experience.
The Audible audiobook edition of Lynne's novel, Disturbances in the Field, is now available from audible.com.
Interview with Gil Roth of Virtual Memories
Lynne talks to Gil Roth about her writing and her work with Calliope Author Readings.
Barnard Translation Center Interview
Check out Lynne's recent audio interview with Peter Connor of the Barnard Translation Center.
On The Writer's Almanac (NPR, May 7, 2012), Garrison Keillor read Lynne's poem, "Repotting," from her new collection, See You in the Dark. Here is the link:
Click on the link below to view a video of Lynne Sharon Schwartz's March 25, 2008, reading at the University of Pennsylvania's Kelly Writers' House, as well as her March 26 interview with Director Al Filreis.