Award to Mr. Ellroy. González Ledesma Prize of Valencia Negra Festival and book signing
Award to Mr. Ellroy. González Ledesma Prize of Valencia Negra Festival, followed by book signing.
Conversation at Fundación Bancaixa
Conversation with journalist Ramon Palomar
Interview and book signing at Public Library Jaume Fuster
Interview with journalist/writer Antonio Lozano, and book signing
At Cultural Center Fundaciòn Telefònica
In English, with simultaneous Spanish translation
SXSW Appearance Discussing Podcasts and the Art of Adaptation
Ellroy Discusses Podcasts and the Art of Adaptation at SXSW
Théâtre de Rond-Point
Ellroy will read from his latest book, This Storm, discuss his life and his writing with François Busnel, answer questions from the audience. Signing at 5pm at Rond-Point/Actes Sud bookstore.
November 11th through 22nd
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November 6th through 8th
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Barcelona, Los Ángeles: el pasado, mañana
6:00 p.m. Interview on stage with the writer and BCNegra Director Carlos Zanón
7:30 p.m.: Signing session
45 minute hosted conversation, followed by Q&A and signing session
Segovia (Hay Festival)
James Ellroy in conversation with Guillermo Altares
Hay Festival, Segovia
Interview on stage with Guillermo Altares, journalist with EL PAIS; LA CARA OCULTA DE HOLLYWOOD
Legendary crime writer James Ellroy returns with the second book in his Second L.A. Quartet. This Storm is a brilliant, pulse-pounding, as-it-happens historical crime novel set in WWII Los Angeles. Ellroy fans will not be disappointed. FacebookEventBrite
Celebrate September as Norwich’s ‘month of crime’ and the impending launch of Noirwich Crime Writing Festival with this exclusive event with James Ellroy. We are thrilled to welcome him to Norwich for the first time to discuss his latest book, and his fascination with the criminal underbelly of mid-20 century Los Angeles.
Los Angeles, California
Personal note from the Demon Dog: This is a high-ticket, high-klass event, at a boss mansion in swank Hancock Park!!!!! The freight for this gig is not cheap!!!!! This is a fundraiser for the gravely groovy L.A. Review of Books.
In conversation with Thomas Mallen