Ian Frazier

Staff writer at The New Yorker
October 27, 2011 - 6:30pm
Public Reading "The Art of Nonfiction: Travels in Siberia and Down the Street"
Linsly Chittenden Hall, Room 102 See map
63 High Street

About Ian Frazier

Ian Frazier is a staff writer at The New Yorker and has been with the magazine since 1974. He is a frequent contributor to the Shouts and Murmurs and Talk of the Town columns, and he is also author of nine books including Dating Your Mom, Nobody Better, Better than Nobody, Great Plains (which began as a three-part “Reporter at Large” series for The New Yorker), and Family, which tells the history of his family in America from the early colonial days to the present, reconstructing two hundred years of middle-class life. Frazier’s work is characterized by a combination of first-person narrative and meticulous in-depth research. His most recent book, Travels in Siberia, was published in 2010 to widespread acclaim.

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