Dana Spiotta and Alex Clark

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London Review Bookshop

Dana Spiotta has quickly become one of the leading lights of contemporary American fiction, her first three critically-acclaimed novels - Lightning Field, Eat the Document and Stone Arabia - earning comparisons to Don DeLillo and Joan Didion. Her latest, Innocents and Others, is a novel about friendship and art, which Rachel Kushner called 'a spectacular and subtle meditation on sight and sound - she seems almost to channel Jean-Luc Godard: Innocents and Others, like classic JLG, is brilliant, and erotic, and pop.”

Dana Spiotta was at the bookshop to read from and talk about her work with journalist and critic Alex Clark.