Reading: At Night We Walk in Circles

Daniel Alarcón

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Reading: At Night We Walk in Circles

Tuesday, February 11, 2014
Time: 4:00 pm | Room 370, Dwinelle Hall

Author Daniel Alarcón reads from At Night We Walk in Circles.

- Read "Wandering Players in an Imagined Land," Erica Hellerstein's book review for the Spring 2014 Berkeley Review

The breakout book from a prizewinning young writer, At Night We Walk in Circles is Daniel Alarcón’s breathtaking, suspenseful story of one man’s obsessive search to find the truth about another man’s downfall, as well as a provocative meditation on fate, identity, and the consequences of even our smallest choices.

Daniel Alarcón is the author of War by CandlelightLost City Radio, and At Night We Walk in Circles. He is also a co-founder of Radio Ambulante, a Spanish-language storytelling podcast, and a visiting scholar at CLAS.

Article about Daniel Alarcón from The New York Times

NYTimes review of At Night We Walk in Circles

Books provided by Mrs. Dalloway's.

Author Daniel Alarcón on the Berkeley campus. (Photo by Orit Mohamed.)
Author Daniel Alarcón on the Berkeley campus. (Photo by Orit Mohamed.)

Listening to Daniel Alarcón read from his latest novel. (Photo by Orit Mohamed.)
Listening to Daniel Alarcón read from his latest novel. (Photo by Orit Mohamed.) 

Daniel Alarcón takes a question from the audience. (Photo by Orit Mohamed.)
Daniel Alarcón takes a question from the audience. (Photo by Orit Mohamed.)

Book cover for At Night We Walk in Circles.