Jeffrey Eugenides is an American author of Greek-Irish descent. Inspired by Joyce’s Portrait of an Artist as a Young Man he became a writer. Jeffrey’s works have been received with much acclaim and award: his first novel, The Virgin Suicides (1993) was turned into a movie by Sofia Coppola and his second, Middlesex (2002) won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction. His novel The Marriage Plot (2011) was book of the year in several prestigious prizes. Jeffrey currently teaches Creative Writing at Princeton University.
THREE GIANTS OF CONTEMPORARY FICTION Jeffrey Eugenides (Fresh Complaint), Colm Tóibín (House of Names) and Richard Ford (Let Me Be Frank With You). US EMBASSY CREATIVE MIND SERIES Talk included in Weekend and Day Ticket. Option to purchase individually below. 4.45PM, June 11th Hennessy Ballroom Stage, Borris House