Virtual Event Replay: Edward Carey + Gregory Maguire

Edward Carey and Gregory Maguire joined online last month us for a most enchanting night to celebrate’s Carey’s latest, The Swallowed Man. Cozy up and enjoy a replay of this magical engagement!


9780593188873In The Swallowed Man, the ingenious storyteller Edward Carey returns to reimagine a time-honored fable: the story of an impatient father, a rebellious son, and a watery path to forgiveness for the young man known as Pinocchio.

We had the immense pleasure of hosting Carey and Wicked author Gregory Maguire early last month in what proved to be the first ever meeting of the two and—no surprise—all involved were absolutely delighted! The evening’s conversation featured talk of myths, favorite fairy tales, Carey’s many hobbies and trades, with a lively Q&A to cap it off. If you missed it, now’s your chance to revel in this one-of-a-kind online event! Catch the replay here!

Be sure to order your copy of The Swallowed Man from BookPeople in-store and online today—we still have signed copies available for purchase!


More virtual events like this one can be found on BookPeople’s Facebook page. If Facebook isn’t your thing, that’s okay—they are available for viewing without an account!

EdwardCarey_(c)_RiverheadAbout the author: Edward Carey is a novelist, visual artist, and playwright. His previous novels include LittleAlva & Irva, and Observatory Mansions, and an acclaimed series for young adults, the Iremonger Trilogy. His writing for the stage includes an adaptation of Robert Coover’s Pinocchio in Venice, a continuation of the Pinocchio story. Born in England, he now teaches at the University of Texas in Austin, where he lives with his wife, the author Elizabeth McCracken, and their family.

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