Americans in Paris Podcast

A Conversation with Lauren Collins

By Thomas Chatterton Williams | April 2, 2020
Jeanne Calment in 1895, at 20 years old (Wikimedia Commons)
Jeanne Calment in 1895, at 20 years old (Wikimedia Commons)

From the American Library in Paris, writer Thomas Chatterton Williams talks with other Parisians, both American and not, about the ideas that enliven French society and the joys and tribulations of everyday life in the City of Light. This week, his guest is Lauren Collins, a staff writer at The New Yorker and the author of When in French: Love in a Second Language. Tune in on the first Thursday of every month to meet journalists, writers, artists, activists, and the occasional boulevardier.

This episode was recorded at the American Library in Paris by Nat Nealeigh and produced by Padmini Parthasarathy. Logo designed by Stephanie Bastek. Our theme music is “Clowns” by Dee Yan Key.

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