READINGS WITH AUTHORS PETER ZILAHY AND KRIS SAKNUSSEMM
Peter Zilahy is one of Hungary's most internationally successful writers. He has written four books and essays and pieces for The New York Times, The Guardian and The Financial Times. His dictionary novel, The Last Window Giraffe, has been published in 22 countries and was voted "The Book of The Year" in Ukraine, where it directly influenced the Orange Revolution. Peter is presently a Black Mountain Fellow and a Kluge Fellow at The Library of Congress.
Kris Saknussemm's books include the poetry collection In the Name of the Father, the novels Enigmatic Pilot, Zanesville, Reverend America, and Private Midnight, short story collection Sinister Miniatures, and a memoir Sea Monkeys, A Memory Book. His nonfiction has appeared in Playboy, Nerve.com, The Writer, The Rumpus and every significant newspaper in Australia. He has been a fellow at the MacDowell Colony and the Gallagher Fellow at the Black Mountain Institute.