Ellroy receives 2015 Grandmaster award from the Mystery Writers of AmericaMystery Writers of America
Ellroy to France in May for PERFIDIA
Wednesday, May 6, 7:00 p.m.
Signing at the bookshop La Librairie de Paris.
7 place de Clichy, 75017. Tel: +33 1 45 22 47 81.
Wednesday, May 6, 8:30 p.m.
Public meeting at the Théâtre le Bouffes du Nord.
37 bis Boulevard de la Chapelle, 75010. Tel: +33 1 46 07 34 50.
Thursday, May 7, 6:00 p.m.
Public meeting and signing at the La Fnac Montparnasse bookshop.
136 rue de Rennes, 75006. Tel. +33 825 02 00 20
Friday, May 8, 5:00 p.m.
Conversaton, reading and signing at Le Grand Théâtre Municipal de Bastia.
rue Favalelli. Tel: +33 4 95 34 98 00.
Saturday, May 9, 4:00 p.m.
Conversation, reading and signing at La Médiathèque l'Alcazar.
2 place François Mireur, 13001 Marseille. Tel: +33 4 91 91 80 88.
“Ellroy is not only back in form—he's raised the stakes.”
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Ian Johnston sits down with James Ellroy, veteran and pioneer of contemporary crime fiction, non-fiction and the blurring of those lines—the Demon Dog of American literature—to talk about the glossed-over injustice of Japanese-American internment in World War II, expanding Los Angeles across an entire world, and his new novel, Perfidia.
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Novelist James Ellroy prides himself on living in the past, and sometimes his obsessive backward gazing pays off. One lonely Saturday night a few years back, he stood at his window in the Ravenswood — the Art Deco apartment on Rossmore Avenue best known for Mae West's longtime residency — and had a vision.
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Interviewed by Nathaniel Rich at The Paris Review