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Murray Pomerance launches A King of Infinite Space > APRIL 2


Join author Murray Pomerance and Oberon Press as they launch his fifteenth book at Type! A King of Infinite Space is an unsettling piece of literary fiction that builds on the post-9/11 anxiety and unfolds into a nightmarish plot. A brutal slaying in the Egyptian desert in the middle of the night gathers up Mossad, British intelligence, an American student, and a Russian bureaucrat into a web of guilt and provocation that carries the reader to the unlikeliest places in both the Middle East and elsewhere around the world. 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Murray Pomerance is Professor in the Department of Sociology at Ryerson University. He is the author of, among other books of fiction and nonfiction, The Man Who Knew Too Much (BFI, 2016), Moment of Action: Riddles of Cinematic Performance (Rutgers, 2016), Marnie (BFI, 2014), The Economist (Oberon, 2014), The Eyes Have It: Cinema and the Reality Effect (Rutgers, 2013), and Alfred Hitchcock's America (Polity, 2013). He has edited or co-edited numerous volumes on cinema and Hollywood figures. His latest book is the novel A King of Infinite Space, published by Oberon Press.

launch for A King of Infinite Space
Type Books, 883 Queen Street West
Sunday, April 2, 7-9pm
FREE