Creative Writing instructor, Lee Foust, will present his novel Inbetween in a public book presentation at SACI on Wednesday, November 20th.
On Wednesday, November 20, 2019 at 07:00pm, SACI Creative Writing instructor Lee Foust will present his latest novel, Inbetween, in the Clayton Hubbs Lecture Hall in Palazzo dei Cartelloni. Inbetween is a politicized Gen X love story. It’s 1986: A musician and an aspiring painter move through the San Francisco underground music scene, backpack Europe, study art in Florence, and find themselves—and revolutionary politics—in Rome. The novel is part of the resistance. It is not available on Amazon and is not sold in corporate stores. It can only be found in independent bookstores.
Copies can be purchased at the event.
Lee Foust is a writer and performer from Oakland, California, who has lived in Florence, Italy, since the mid-1990s. He teaches literature for U.S. universities in Florence and Bologna and has been SACI’s Italian literature and creative writing instructor for the last 21 years. He is the author of two other books: Sojourner (fiction, poetry, and experimental prose surrounding the mystery of place) and Poison and Antidote (nine Bohemian tales of 1980s San Francisco). Foust’s fiction, poetry, recordings, and essays have appeared in journals in Europe, Australia, Canada, and the U.S.A. Inbetween is his first novel.