Maureen Corrigan on Fresh Air Recommends Last Night at the Lobster

NPR/Fresh Air’s book critic Maureen Corrigan recommends a few titles for troubled times: ‘The Women in Black,’ ‘The Colossus of New York,’ ‘Last Night at the Lobster,’ ‘Are You An Echo?’ and ‘Everything Is Under Control.’ (~45 minutes in)

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One City One Book @ Vienna, Austria: Last Night at the Lobster

The city of Vienna, Austria, is reading Last Night at the Lobster!

The events are as follows:

OPENING AT THE BUCH WIEN / MESSE WIEN
November 9, 12:00 – 13:30
Messe Wien, foyer of hall D

CONVERSATION WITH WOLFGANG POPP
November 9, 14:00 – 14:30
Messe Wien

GALA EVENING IN THE VIENNA CITY HALL
November 9, 19:00 – 22:00
Rathaus Vienna

DISCUSSION WITH STUDENTS
November 10
Bundesrealgymnasium GRG 23

DISCUSSION WITH THE AUTHOR
November 10, 19:30
Vienna Energy World

[One City, One Book: Vienna]

[Wiener Gratis-Buch 2017: Stewart O’Nan’s hit novel “Last Night”]

July 14, 2016 11:30am: Author Luncheon with Stewart O’Nan @ Bristol Public Library

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The Friends of the Bristol Public Library invite you to a community Author Luncheon with best-selling author Stewart O’Nan, Thursday, July 14 at the DoubleTree by Hilton, 42 Century Drive, Bristol, CT. Stewart O’Nan will discuss how he came to write three books set in Connecticut (Night Country, Circus Fire and Last Night at the Lobster) and how area libraries were of help to him. Stewart will also read from his national best-selling novel, Last Night at the Lobster, based on true events in Bristol and the local area. Doors open @ 11:30 AM.

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Also, in case you missed it, Last Night at the Lobster was featured on Moyers and Company:

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Washington Post: Who’ll Miss a Red Lobster?

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From The Washington Post’s Style Blog:

Some investors reacted negatively to Friday’s announcement that Darden will sell the Red Lobster restaurant chain to a private equity firm for $2.1 billion.

Wall Street bankers and lawyers can argue over the wisdom of dumping the seafood restaurants for quick cash — but leave it to a novelist to consider the real cost for workers as they’re forced to deal with the upheaval of new corporate management.

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