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by Birgit Bjørgum last modified 2017-04-20T15:20:40+00:00
Steve Tomasula’s writing has been called a "reinvention of the novel", combining an "attention to society in the tradition of Orwell, attention to language in the tradition of Beckett, and the humor of a Coover or Pynchon."
  • Steve Tomasula - Once Human: Stories
  • 2017-04-28T17:00:00+02:00
  • 2017-04-28T18:00:00+02:00
  • Steve Tomasula’s writing has been called a "reinvention of the novel", combining an "attention to society in the tradition of Orwell, attention to language in the tradition of Beckett, and the humor of a Coover or Pynchon."
Fredag 28. april 17:00
Hovedbiblioteket, Amalies Hage

His writing often crosses visual, as well as written genres, drawing on science and the arts to take up themes of how we represent what we think we know, and how these representations shape our lives.

Steve Tomasula is the author of the image-text novels The Book of Portraiture and VAS: An Opera in Flatland, the acclaimed novel of the biotech revolution. He is also the author of the novels IN & OZ, and TOC: A New-Media Novel, which received the Mary Shelly Award for Excellence in Fiction, and a Gold Medal, Best Book of the Year, in the eLit Awards. He has contributed fiction and essays to a wide variety of publications, including Bomb, McSweeney’s, and The Iowa Review, where he received the Iowa Prize for the most distinguished work published in any genre. Fictions that explore the interaction of science, humans and technology have been gathered in his short-story collection Once Human: Stories. www.stevetomasula.com.

 

Arr: Bergen Offentlige Biblioteket i samarbeid med Universitetet i Bergen.