Julavits’s The Vanishers, about a young psychic recovering from a former mentor's attack, boasts the author's easy lyricism, a wonderfully unreliable narrator and a healthy dose of black humor. Kunzru's latest, Gods Without Men, continues to deal with globalization and identity, as unlikely conspirators converge on a small town after a child's disappearance.
Heidi Julavits in conversation with Hari Kunzru
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|Cross street:||at Milton St|
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|Transport:||Subway: G to Greenpoint Ave|