Adam Haslett

Adam Haslett appears in the following:

A Portrait of a Family, a Father's Lingering Pain

Monday, May 16, 2016

Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award finalist Adam Haslett on his novel "Imagine Me Gone," set in London during the 1960s.


Cotton Tenants: Three Families by James Agee and Walker Evans

Thursday, June 06, 2013

Novelist Adam Haslett and John Summers, editior-in-chief of The Baffler, talk about a re-discovered masterpiece of reporting by James Agee and celebrated photographer Walker Evans, Cotton Tenants: Three Families. In 1941, James Agee and Walker Evans published Let Us Now Praise Famous Men, about three tenant farming families in Hale County, Alabama, at the height of the Great Depression. They originally traveled there on assignment for Fortune magazine in 1936, but a story that was never published. Fifty years after Agee’s death, his report “Cotton Tenants” was discovered. Published for the first time, it includes 30 of Walker Evans’s historic photos.


Union Atlantic

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Adam Haslett, author of the critically acclaimed collection of stories You Are Not a Stranger Here, discusses his debut novel, Union Atlantic. It’s the story of an ambitious young banker, money, and a property dispute with an eccentric retired school teacher.