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Author Colum McCann at the Neustadt JAAMM Festival

Hosted By: JCC Mizel Arts and Culture Center

Colum McCann is the author of three collections of short stories and six novels, including “Apeirogon,”. His other books include “TransAtlantic,” “Let the Great World Spin,” “This Side of Brightness,””Dancer” and “Zoli,” all of which were international best-sellers. “Let the Great World Spin” won the National Book Award in 2009.

His fiction has been published in over 40 languages and has appeared in The New Yorker, The Atlantic Monthly, GQ, Paris Review and other places. He has written for numerous publications including The Irish Times, Die Zeit, La Republicca, Paris Match, The New York Times, the Guardian and the Independent. Colum has won numerous international awards and has been a bestseller on four continents. He is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters, as well as the Irish association of artists, Aosdana. He has also received a Chevalier des Artes et des Lettres from the French government. He is the cofounder of the global non-profit story exchange organisation Narrative 4. McCann will discuss his book “Apeirogon.”

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