GARY SHTEYNGART on Monday, January 13th

ImagePresented by ELLIOTT BAY BOOK COMPANY. After three acclaimed novels, the New York Times bestseller and fan favorite Gary Shteyngart turns to memoir in Little Failure (Random House), a hilarious, candid, and deeply poignant account of his life so far. It’s impossible to get through a chapter of Gary Shteyngart’s first memoir without laughing: newly landed immigrants; unrequited love; American and Soviet absurdities; incomparable wit and word play; an audacious sense of fun; and, best of all, a lovable, stumbling, lusting hero: this time, Gary himself. But this is also Gary’s most mature, open-hearted, and emotionally rich book to date, telling the story of a man coming to terms with his legacy. Lavish early praise has come from Zadie Smith, Mary Karr, Carl Hiaasen, Adam Gopnik, Nathan Englander, and more. Gary Shteyngart is also the author of The Russian Debutante’s Handbook, and Super ImageSad True Love Story. His work has won the Bollinger Everyman Wodehouse Prize, the Stephen Crane Award and the National Jewish Book Award. Each ticket ($30) admits two people (general admission) and includes a copy of Gary Shteyngart’s memoir, Little Failure. Tickets are available via and in person or by phone from the Elliott Bay Book Company. Town Hall Seattle is located at 1119 8th Avenue at Seneca. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Books will be available at Town Hall at the door on the evening of the event, which will include a book signing by the author (Customers may pick up their book at Elliott Bay Book Company during the week prior to the event (January 7th-13th) if they so choose). 

If you are unable to attend an author event you can call us at (206) 624-6600 or email us at to request an autographed copy. 


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