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Miranda July with Laurie Frankel

A Novel of Alluring Adventure

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Tuesday, May 21
7:30 pm PDT
$5-$25 Sliding Scale
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The Great Hall
1119 Eighth Avenue (enter on Eighth Avenue)
Seattle, 98101 United States
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Tandem Book Club

Note: Town Hall events are approximately 75 minutes long.

A livestream will be available for this event.

Book cover: A cliff at sunset with the title "All Fours" hand painted in white text at the top. Miranda July's name is hand painted at the bottom.
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All Fours: A Novel

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Headshots of Miranda July (with fair skin, brown curly hair) and Laurie Frankel (with fair skin, grey bob)
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You’re planning a road trip — you’ve got snacks, you’ve got directions from Los Angeles to New York, and you’ve got a deep sense of curiosity and longing as the home you know fades quickly into your rearview mirror.

For the forty-five year old artist at the heart of Miranda July’s All Fours, the pull towards the unknown proves a little too tempting. She pulls off the highway a mere thirty minutes from home, but far enough away to dive headfirst into a journey of surprises, thrills, and the authentic absurdity of human connection.

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In her upcoming second novel, Miranda July spins her seasoned comedic skills with thoughtful nuance to craft an exploration of identity and desire in mid-life womanhood. What does our protagonist expect, and what is expected of her, and how much should she care about those expectations in the first place? All Fours is a quest for experiences as much as answers and July has plenty of pit stops planned for readers to stock up on discovery, sexy sparks, and personal reinvention.

Miranda July is a director, filmmaker, artist, and author. Her works include the award-winning collection of short stories No One Belongs Here More Than You and New York Times bestselling novel The First Bad Man, as well as the films Me and You and Everyone We Know and Kajillionaire. Her writing has been featured in The Paris ReviewHarper’s, and the New Yorker.

Laurie Frankel is the New York Times bestselling, award-winning author of five novels, including her new one, Family Family, as well as One Two Three and This Is How It Always Is. Her writing has also appeared in The New York Times, The Guardian, The Washington Post, Poets & Writers, Publisher’s Weekly, and other publications. She is the recipient of the Washington State Book Award and the Endeavor Award.

For this month’s Tandem Book Club, we’ll be pairing There There by Tommy Orange before our event with Miranda July – read up ahead of time and join us in the Forum Library for some thoughtful conversation before the main event.

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