Authors on Audio: a Chat with Rebecca Dinerstein

  • By Susan Storer Clark
  • August 26, 2015

An occasional series in which authors speak for themselves

Rebecca Dinerstein’s debut novel, The Sunlit Night, has been called “a poignant exploration of what it means to be alone in love” and “funny, dark, warm, and as knowing of place as any travel book or memoir.” Set amid tiny islands in the Arctic Circle, the tale is one of resilience, heartbreak, and unfulfilled wishes. Dinerstein recently spoke with Susan Storer Clark about her work. Click on the link below to listen in on their conversation. [Photo by Nina Subin.]

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