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We're delighted to welcome Sophie Mackintosh to our At Home with Literati series of Virtual events, in support of her novel Blue Ticket. She'll be in conversation with Maris Kreizman, host of The Maris Review, a literary podcast from LitHub.
Note: meetings are now automatically password protected with wait rooms enabled. The password is entered automatically by clicking the link if you are logged into a Zoom account. We will let guests in off the waiting list shortly after 7pm EST and throughout the event. If you join late, hang in there, we'll let you in when we see you.
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About the book: "Mackintosh’s haunting, dystopian tale explores the emotional fallout of forced birth control in a near-future society . . . [A] tense, visionary drama."--Publishers Weekly
From the author of the Man Booker Prize longlisted novel The Water Cure comes another mesmerizing, refracted vision of our society: In a world where women can't have it all, don't underestimate the relief of a decision being taken away from you.
Sophie Mackintosh is the author of The Water Cure, which was longlisted for the 2018 Man Booker Prize and won the 2019 Betty Trask Award. In 2016 she won the White Review Short Story Prize and the Virago/Stylist Short Story competition. She has been published in The New York Times, Elle, and Granta magazine, among others.
Maris Kreizman is the host of The Maris Review, a literary podcast. She's a writer and critic whose work has appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Atlantic, Vanity Fair, The New Republic, and more.