Monday, March 13, 2006

Most young authors are given the advice to “write what you know.” Macaulay Culkin—of “Home Alone” and “Richie Rich” fame—tells us about channeling his experiences as a child star into his first book: Junior. Part memoir and part literary experiment, the book explores a young man’s feelings towards his abusive father.

Events: Macaulay Culkin will be appearing
Monday, March 13 at 7pm
Union Square Barnes and Noble
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