Stefano Kotsonis, producer for WBUR's On Point, will join The New Yorker's Mary Norris, for a conversation about her latest book, "Greek To Me: Adventures of the Comma Queen."
Mary Norris began working at The New Yorker in 1978 and was a query proofreader at the magazine for twenty-four years. She has written for The Talk of the Town and for newyorker.com, on topics ranging from her cousin Dennis Kucinich to mud wrestling in Rockaway. She is best known for her pieces on pencils and punctuation. She is also the author of “Between You and Me: Confessions of a Comma Queen.”
Complimentarty food will be served from Sofia's Greek Pantry.
About "Greek To Me: Adventures of the Comma Queen"
The Comma Queen returns with a buoyant book about language, love and the wine-dark sea. In her New York Times bestseller "Between You & Me," Mary Norris delighted readers with her irreverent tales of pencils and punctuation in The New Yorker’s celebrated copy department. In "Greek to Me," she delivers another wise and funny paean to the art of self-expression, this time filtered through her greatest passion: all things Greek.