In this lecture, Ms. Krauss discusses the role of doubt, uncertainty and ambiguity in her own work and through the art of writing and reading.
Walking and Reading
In this lecture, Ms. Krauss takes the audience on a guided tour through the books and places that have formed her as both person and writer. Additionally, it will include an exploration of the boundaries between art and life.
The Remembering Mind
In this lecture, Ms. Krauss looks dissects in how memory is a powerfully creative act in the construction of self in her novels.
In this speech, Ms. Krauss explores the complexity of creativity and discusses what she has learned about the creative process through her experience as a novelist.
Nicole Krauss has been hailed by the New York Times as "one of America's most important novelists."
She is the author of the international bestsellers, Great House, which was a finalist for the National Book Award and the Orange Prize, and The History of Love, which won the Saroyan Prize for International Literature and France's Prix du Meilleur Livre Étranger, and was short-listed for the Orange, Médicis, and Femina prizes.
Her first novel, Man Walks Into a Room, was a finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book of the Year. In 2007, she was selected as one of Granta's Best Young American Novelists, and in 2010 she was chosen by The New Yorker for their "Twenty Under Forty" list. Her fiction has been published in The New Yorker, Harper's, Esquire, and Best American Short Stories, and her books have been translated into more than thirty-five languages.