125 5th Avenue (Park Slope)
Brooklyn, New York

PEN American Center presents a new literary series: PENultimate Lit: Where Literature and Art Meet

an evening on Film and Literature
Hosted by Amanda Stern, author of the novel The Long Haul

Jonathan Baumbach, Author of many books, including
On the Way to My Father’s Funeral
Noah Baumbach, Writer/Director of films including Margot at the Wedding and The Squid and the Whale

Sunday, November 11, 2007, 7:00 p.m.

At Southpaw, 125 Fifth Ave. Park Slope, Brooklyn
Subway: B/Q to 7th Ave, or 2, 3, 4, 5, D, B, N, R, Q, W at Pacific/Atlantic Avenues

Tickets are $10 – Doors open at 6:15 p.m.

On Sunday, November 11th, at 7 pm, at Southpaw PEN American Center will launch a new literary series called PENultimate Lit which brings together notable writers and artists to explore the intersection of literature and the arts in an attempt to discern what, in the 21st Century, makes writing really matter.
Participants in this first PENultimate Lit event include novelist Amanda Stern, author of the acclaimed The Long Haul; writer and professor Jonathan Baumbach; and acclaimed filmmaker Noah Baumbach, whose most recent film “Margot at the Wedding” premiered at the New York Film Festival on October 7th. Stern will host the evening, and topics of discussion will range from Noah Baumbach’s most recent to the narrative relationship between film and fiction—particularly in an age that loves the image.
Tickets for PENultimate Lit: Film are $10 and available in advance through Southpaw’s web site: http://spsounds.com/.
For more information, please contact PEN at (212) 334-1660, ext. 120; [email protected], or visit PEN’s website at www.pen.org . For more information regarding “Margot at the Wedding” please contact Scott Feinstein at 212-413-0806; [email protected], or visit (www.margotatthewedding.com ).

Official Website: http://www.pen.org

Added by this is emily on October 26, 2007