Wollman Hall,The New School
"How I would like to work for you! A little paragraph each morning—a little paragraph each night, if you can’t hire me from daylight to dark, although I would work like a slave. I can also draw like Mr. Thurber, in case he goes off the deep end." So wrote Eudora Welty to the editors of The New Yorker, asking for a job. Join Granta assistant editor Patrick Ryan as he moderates a discussion about Eudora Welty with writers who have been influenced by her.