City Arts & LecturesMaster short story writer meets master interviewer when Wolff and Krasny (of KQED's Forum) take the stage at the Herbst. Wolff's "This Boy's Life" remains a classic in the annals of memoir, just as his short story, "Bullet in the Brain," sets a standard for economy and ruthlessness. Liam Passmore The 30th Annual Cultural Studies Literary Events Series. Michael Krasny, host of KQED's Forum, talks about faith with novelist Tobias Wolff.
Born in Alabama in 1945, Tobias Wolff traveled the country with his peripatetic mother, finally settling in Washington State, where he grew up. As a scholarship student, he attended the Hill School in Pennsylvania until he was expelled for repeated failures...
Causes Tobias Wolff Supports
American Red Cross
International Red Cross