Author James Collins reads from Beginner’s Greek

James Collins is a former editor at Time, and has contributed to the New Yorker, among other magazines. He grew up in New York City, but he and his family now call Charlottesville home. On January 15, 2008, Collins appeared at New Dominion Bookshop to read two passages from his first novel, Beginner’s Greek. He also took questions from the audience on topics ranging from his influences to how much of his own life experiences entered into the work.

3 Replies to “Author James Collins reads from Beginner’s Greek”

  1. I have always enjoyed James Collins’ work with Time magazine and the New Yorker. I like that he is a down to earth person at his book signing. It was a really great opportunity for the people that attended the book signing to learn more about James Collins and more about his book. It sounds like everyone had a great experience and really enjoyed learning more about the book.

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