Author Charles Yu, Keen Observer of the Human Condition, Discusses His New Book of Fiction
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The last date listed for Author Charles Yu was Thursday July 26, 2012 / 6:00pm.
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A big-box store employee is confronted by a zombie during the graveyard shift, a problem that pales in comparison to his inability to ask a co-worker out on a date. A fighter leads his band of virtual warriors, thieves and wizards across a deadly computer-generated landscape. A company outsources grief for profit with the tagline: “Don’t feel like having a bad day? Let someone else have it for you.” Charles Yu draws from both pop culture and science to transport his readers into an imaginative universe in his latest collection, Sorry Please Thank You: Stories. Join us and hear from this major new voice in American fiction as he discusses his latest foray into the heart of the human condition.
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