Event Title

Panel: White Noise

Presenter Information

Ed Bok Lee
Gary Shteyngart
Tony Kushner

Start Date

22-3-2013 12:00 PM

End Date

22-3-2013 1:00 PM

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In this recording from the Friday, March 22nd, 2013 noon panel: “White Noise,” during the 44th Annual UND Writers Conference, “A Portrait of an Artist,” Gary Shteyngart, Tony Kushner, and Ed Bok Lee answer questions regarding their fiction. Chris Nelson begins the panel with introductions followed by asking how the authors' work handles the technological “noise” of the American culture. The authors discuss Don DeLillo's White Noise. Topics for discussion include: where technology is leading society, technology as greater access versus a detriment, how author ethnicity (identity) effects writing, how to anticipate reader expectations, and if reader's minds have changed.

Panel moderated by Chris Nelson.

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Panel: White Noise

Only audio is available online.

In this recording from the Friday, March 22nd, 2013 noon panel: “White Noise,” during the 44th Annual UND Writers Conference, “A Portrait of an Artist,” Gary Shteyngart, Tony Kushner, and Ed Bok Lee answer questions regarding their fiction. Chris Nelson begins the panel with introductions followed by asking how the authors' work handles the technological “noise” of the American culture. The authors discuss Don DeLillo's White Noise. Topics for discussion include: where technology is leading society, technology as greater access versus a detriment, how author ethnicity (identity) effects writing, how to anticipate reader expectations, and if reader's minds have changed.

Panel moderated by Chris Nelson.