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Event Series Event Series: New Yorker Fiction Circle

New Yorker Fiction Circle: “Keats at Twenty-four” by Caleb Crain

On Sunday,December 10, 2023 at 4 pm CDT/5 pm EDT, at Zoom link, we will discuss the New Yorker Fiction story from the issue dated December 11, 2023: “Keats at Twenty-four” by Caleb Crain

About Me

My name is Caleb Crain. I’m a novelist. I’m also into Cross Fit and birding. I was born in Texas, grew up in Massachusetts, and currently live in Brooklyn with my husband, Peter Terzian. In 2022, I was awarded n+1 magazine’s Anthony Veasna So Fiction Prize.

Recently in print: “Pemaquid Lighthouse Revisited” (The Atlantic), “The Letter” (The Paris Review), “Sallies” (New York Review of Books), “The Ellipse Maker” (n+1), and “Easter” (The New Yorker). (Caleb Crain’s homepage).

  1. Read “Keats at Twenty-four” at this link. Try a private or incognito window if blocked by the New Yorker’s paywall or through the Libby app via your local public library.
  2. Want to listen to it? The author reads the story (14:48 at 1x speed) at this link and this link, the latter providing speed control (via the >> on the right side) and is downloadable. This link with speed controls may work as well.
  3. The author interview, “Caleb Crain on Stealing from Life”, is at this link
  4. If the notion suits, join us earlier for a discussion on the lessons of the dystopian novel “Parable of the Sower” at 2 pm CT at the same Zoom link.

December 10, 2023 @ 4:00 pm 5:00 pm CST

847 414-4314