McSweeney’s author Adam Levin reads / signs The Instructions

Saturday, November 6th, Providence Community Library and Brown/RISD Hillel host Adam Levin for a reading, discussion and signing of his critically acclaimed first novel The Instructions (McSweeney’s 2010). Starting at 7pm, this event is free and open to the public (although it is after-hours and normal library services will not be offered). The book will be on sale for $20, well below the $29 retail price!

“Evocative of David Foster Wallace… full of death-defying sentences, manic wit, exciting provocations and simple human warmth.” —Rolling Stone

The Instructions is in fact a vital work of—no getting around it—American Jewish literature because it imagines that the genre is indeed through and asks what can be written in its place.” —Tablet magazine

Rochambeau Library
708 Hope Street
Providence, RI 02906

(401) 467-2700 x2 / ddvorchak@provcomlib.org

Facebook event page.

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  1. For anyone wishing to attend, according to the PCL Website, this event is at the Rochambeau Library.

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