April 16 | 7:00 pm | The Strength of Ignorance

Join us on April 16 for House of SpeakEasy’s literary cabaret “Seriously Entertaining” as four writers address the evening’s theme “The Strength of Ignorance.

 

Journalist Max Boot delves into his personal ideological journey sparked by the Trump presidency. Poet Ross Gay highlights the joys in our daily lives that we often ignore. Novelist Andri Snær Magnason tells a magical story of why we can’t avoid the changing world around us. Journalist Vicky Ward separates myth from reality on the Kushners.

 

Please join us for an exciting night of literary entertainment.

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4.16.19 @ 7PM – THE STRENGTH OF IGNORANCE
5.21.19 @ 7PM – THE ROOT OF IT ALL
6.18.19 @ 7PM – THE SONG SINGS ITSELF

 

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Seriously Questioning…Andri Snær Magnason

Andri Snær Magnason is an Icelandic writer of novels, poetry, plays, short stories, essays and films. His novel LoveStar got a Philip K. Dick Special Citation, the Grand Prix de l’Imaginaire in France, and “Novel of the year” in Iceland. The Story of the Blue Planet was the first children’s book to receive the Icelandic Literary Award and has been published or performed in 35 countries. He co-directed “Dreamland,” a feature-length documentary film based on his book, Dreamland: A Self Help Manual for a Frightened Nation. His most recent book, The Casket of Time, has now been published in aboutSee More >

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