Geoff Dyer in conversation with Thornton McCamish
Cinema Nova, 380 Lygon Street court, Carlton
Geoff Dyer’s latest book, Zona, described as ‘a book about a film about a journey to a room’, is a love letter and a head trip. Join him as he discusses his use of language and thoughts with journalist and reviewer Thornton McCamish at Cinema Nova.
Free, but please book on 9347 6633.
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Out of Sheer Rage: In the Shadow of D. H. Lawrence
Dyer was a talented young writer and determined to write a study of D.H.Lawrence. But when he sat down to write the book, he found himself distracted by ...everything! Gripped by indecision at every turn, he agonises over...
Zona: A Book About a Film About a Journey to a Room
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Working the Room: Essays
A brilliant, wide-ranging collection of essays and journalism, spanning the photography of Martin Parr to the paintings of Turner, the writing of Scott-Fitzgerald to the criticism of Susan Sontag, and includes extensive personal...
Jeff in Venice, Death in Varanasi
Jeff Atman is in Venice to cover the opening of the Biennale. He's expecting to see a load of art, go to a lot of parties. He's not expecting to meet the spellbinding Laura, who will completely transform his few days in the city....