Paris Without Her: A Conversation About Grief, Memory, and Moving Forward with Gregory Curtis
10:00 am - 10:45 am
Friday, October 29, 2021
Paris Without Her, new memoir from Texas Writer Award recipient (2006) and former Texas Monthly editor Gregory Curtis, is a love letter to a wife, a city, a time, and to memory itself. Join Curtis as he talks about losing to cancer his love-at-first-sight spouse, about afterward retracing on foot the Paris boulevards and bistros where so many of their shared memories were forged, and about not moving on, but forward.
- Moderator: Katy Vine, Texas Monthly executive editor
- Format: This is a live, virtual event on CrowdCast (RSVP link above).
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Gregory Curtis, Paris Without Her