The tenth edition of the Rendez-vous littéraires rue Cambon was held at the Metrograph Theater, in New York City.
Tara Conklin on "Novels That Hinge on the Great Before/After" in Lithub.
Siri took part in the event “Stand with Salman."
Siri was happy to accept an invitation to join the jury for the Berggruen Prize.
Sharmila Mukherjee reviews Siri's latest book for NPR.
Siri Hustvedt adds her voice to 99 others in an open letter to President Putin demanding the release of Alexei Navalni.
Writers Against Trump formed to mobilize the literary community in opposition to “the racist, destructive, incompetent, corrupt, and fascist regime of Donald Trump, and to give our language, thought, and time to his defeat in November.”
What the World Values When It's Falling Apart.
Monuments often lie. Political elites erect them in the name of one sanctioned collective narrative or another, and they come down by violence or by decree as historical winds shift.
Every alarm signals a person in crisis, and that person’s fate is inevitably bound to the fates of others — family and friends. It is a noise that deserves moral attention.
Reading is an intimate encounter that does not require social distance. In our current world of restricted movement, the book is a geography where complete freedom remains possible.
Watch Siri's address as she accepts the Charles Veillon European Essay Prize for Delusions of Certainty.
Watch Siri Hustvedt in conversation with journalist Lauren Du Graf about Siri's latest novel, Memories of the Future.
A novelist looks back at her younger self in 1970s New York in this smart investigation of misogyny, authority and the nature of fiction.