Anne Berest celebrates the English language release of her novel The Postcard at 2 events in San Francisco.

Anne Berest’s The Postcard is among the most acclaimed and beloved French novels of recent years. Luminous and gripping to the very last page, it is an enthralling investigation into family secrets, a poignant tale of mothers and daughters, a vivid portrait of twentieth-century Parisian intellectual and artistic life, a moving saga of a family devastated by the Holocaust and partly restored through the power of storytelling.

Anne Berest is the bestselling co-author of How to Be Parisian Wherever You Are (Doubleday, 2014) and the author of a novel based on the life of French writer Françoise Sagan. With her sister Claire, she is also the author of Gabriële, a critically acclaimed biography of her great- grandmother Gabriële Buffet-Picabia, Marcel Duchamp’s lover and muse. She is the great-granddaughter of the painter Francis Picabia. For her work as a writer and a prize-winning showrunner, she has been profiled in publications such as French Vogue and Haaretz newspaper. The recipient of numerous literary awards, The Postcard was a finalist for the Goncourt Prize and has been a long selling bestseller in France.

Translated by Tina Kover.

Date: Monday May 22, 2023 at 1pm in conversation with Luisa Smith
Address: The Book Passage – Corte Madera
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Date: Tuesday May 23, 2023 at 7pm in Conversation with Barbara Lane
Address: Green Apple Books – 9th avenue, San Francisco
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