Join us for a special event with author Adrienne Brodeur! This will be an Aesop's Book Club discussion of Wild Game: My Mother, Her Lover and Me.
  
Read the book in advance and come prepared to discuss with Adrienne Brodeur! You can purchase a copy of Wild Game online or in the shop and we will automatically register you for the event or you may register online here.

 
Wild Game: My Mother, Her Lover and Me has been described by The New York Times Book Review as: “Exquisite and harrowing. . . . The book is so gorgeously written and deeply insightful, and with a line of narrative tension that never slacks, from the first page to the last, that it’s one you’ll likely read in a single, delicious sitting.”
  
 
About Adrienne

Adrienne has spent the past two decades of her professional life in the literary world, discovering voices, cultivating talent, and working to amplify underrepresented writers. Her publishing career began with founding the fiction magazine, Zoetrope: All-Story, with filmmaker Francis Ford Coppola, where she served as editor in chief from 1996-2002. The magazine has won the prestigious National Magazine Award for best fiction four times. In 2005, she became an editor at Harcourt (later, HMH Books), where she acquired and edited literary fiction and memoir. Adrienne left publishing in 2013 to become Creative Director — and later Executive Director — of Aspen Words, a literary arts nonprofit and program of the Aspen Institute. In 2017, she launched the Aspen Words Literary Prize, a $35,000 annual award for an influential work of fiction that illuminates a vital contemporary issue and demonstrates the transformative power of literature on thought and culture.

Her memoir, Wild Game: My Mother, Her Lover and Me, was published in October 2019 by HMH Books. Wild Game’s film rights were bought by Chernin Entertainment with Kelly Fremon Craig, the director of Edge of Seventeen, attached to adapt and direct.

Adrienne splits her time between Cambridge and Cape Cod, where she lives with her husband and children.

For more about Adrienne, you can visit her online adriennebrodeur.com at or follow her on Facebook Social Icon Twitter Social Icon