Colm Tóibín book reading

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The Irish author of Brooklyn reads from his newest novel, House of Names, a story about Clytemnestra and her children in ancient Mycenae. After her husband King Agamemnon leaves the Greek city for Troy, Clytemnestra plots his death with her new lover. Make sure to buy a copy of the book from BookPeople if you want it signed after a Q&A with the writer (it's $26 before taxes). You can crack it open while you wait for the event to start—you'll need to get there about an hour early if you want a seat.

By: Ciara O’Rourke


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