L’appart Talk at The American Library in Paris

L'appart

This Wednesday, April 4th, I’ll be at The American Library in Paris as part of their Evenings with an Author, in conversation with Alec Lobrano. The event starts at 7:30 pm and will be followed by a book signing; books will be available for purchase, and you’re welcome to bring previously purchased copies. The talk is free and open to all. See you there!

 


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5 comments

  • Marie P.
    April 13, 2018 6:15pm

    When will you be next in Italy?
    Are you planning a 2018 presentation in Italy.
    Thank You

    • April 13, 2018 6:33pm
      David Lebovitz

      There aren’t any events planned in Italy but if there is a venue that would like to host me, they can get in touch with me and I’d be happy to come! (I love Italy.)

      • Marie P.
        April 13, 2018 6:40pm

        A friend Christine Hickman has a cooking school in Perugia.
        I will contact her and family in Rome and Umbria.
        I am confident we can arrange a vist and venue to accomodate your busy schedule.
        Marie

  • Sean
    April 26, 2018 2:49pm

    I am currently listening to L’appart as an audiobook. C’est pas mal.

    I’d never quite believed my brother-in-law’s stories about building out an attic space near Sancerre. It seems he may have understated the troubles he had. And he’s rather type-A.

    I’d put your fish-out-of-water / travelogue / cookbook on the same shelf as Innocents Abroad, or any of Bill Bryson’s books, should audiobooks require shelving. Very enjoyable.

  • Jim Boylan
    April 26, 2018 11:18pm

    I just read l’appart while I was in Spain for a few weeks. I enjoyed it.

    I am a semi professional remodeler and I have a question.

    Considering, all the petty raggitty ass french bureaucracy that you had to go through, it would seem to me that the French should have building inspectors.

    I most cities in the US a building inspector would have flagged the drains that went uphill and most of the electrical problems.

    Does Paris not have inspecteur trice du bâtiment ?