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'Here is Berlin' Author JM Stim Comes to NYU's Deutsches Haus -- March 2

February 6, 2012

On the occasion of the release of the American edition of the acclaimed nonfiction book “Here is Berlin,” its author JM Stim will discuss his attempts to capture the heart and soul of a city on Friday, March 2 at 6:30 p.m. at New York University’s Deutsches Haus. The German cultural center is located at 42 Washington Mews, at the corner of University Place, New York, N.Y. [Subways: 6 to Astor Place; E,F,M,C or B to Sixth Ave. & W. 4th St.]

Stim is one of Central Europe’s most celebrated young non-fiction writers. Due to the success of the German edition of “Here is Berlin” in Europe, and with a French version to be released Feb. 29, Deutsches Haus is hosting the presentation to mark the U.S. release of “Here is Berlin.”

Critics have praised the book effusively, offering such reviews as these: “Highly erudite, but always comprehensive”; “For all the right reasons the ultimate book about one of the most unique places of the 21st century”; “The definitive essay about the world’s most buzzed about city.”

Events at Deutsches Haus are free of charge. Please register your plans to attend this event by sending an email to deutscheshaus.rsvp@nyu.edu.

Further information about the book presentation is available here.

 

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Press Contact: Robert Polner | (212) 998-2337

'Here is Berlin' Author JM Stim Comes to NYU's Deutsches Haus -- March 2

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