Fri, Oct 13|
Stacy C. Sherwood Center
Nick Hornby: A Life in Books & Film
Fairfax Library Foundation is absolutely delighted to be sponsoring legendary author and screenwriter Nick Hornby at this year’s Fall For The Book!
Time & Location
Oct 13, 7:30 PM
Stacy C. Sherwood Center, 3740 Blenheim Blvd, Fairfax, VA 22030
About The Event
Nick Hornby’s award winning books and screenplays have thrilled readers and movie goers for over twenty-five years. From About a Boy to the cult-classic High Fidelity to Fever Pitch, his novels and memoirs have made their way to the silver screen and television. Hornby’s career has spanned genres with his trademark blend of humor and unsentimental emotion, including his Oscar-nominated screenplays for Brooklyn and An Education, and Emmy-winning work on the short form series State of the Union. His newest book, Dickens and Prince: A Particular Kind of Genius, is a warm, and entertaining reflection on art, creativity, and the unlikely similarities between Victorian novelist Charles Dickens and modern American rock star Prince. Hornby, in conversation with writer Stephen Goodwin, will discuss his remarkable career and the power of art in this thoughtful and entertaining conversation.