Litquake's July Epicenter celebrates the release of Gabriel Roth's new coming-of-age novel "The Unknowns." Roth will be in conversation with National Novel Writing Month's founder Chris Baty.
"'The Unknowns' is wonderful, a wry, ironic novel about the perils of contemporary romance, where you can collect intimate details about people you've never met, but still not know the truth of somebody you want to love."--Scott Turow
Gabriel Roth was a reporter and editor at the San Francisco Bay Guardian and now works as a writer and software developer in Brooklyn, NY. "The Unknowns" is his first novel. www.gabrielroth.com
Chris Baty founded National Novel Writing Month in 1999, and oversaw the growth of the annual writing challenge from 21 friends to more than 250,000 writers in 90 countries. He's the author of "No Plot? No Problem!" and co-author of "Ready, Set, Novel." www.chrisbaty.com