Lunch With Lydia

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For admirers of The Collected Stories of Lydia Davis, those interested in Davis’ translations, or if you just like a really good peek into the life of a respected American writer, check out Lunch With the FT: Lydia Davis.

The article touches on the origins of one of her sparsely written short stories (one sprung to life via a housekeeper’s card left on a hotel bed,) the relationship between her fiction writing and her translations, and her youthful feelings towards Flaubert.


Nina Moog is a writer and director of photography based in Germany. She holds an MA from the University of St. Andrews and an MSc from the University of Oxford, where her thesis focused on photographic representations of prisons. More from this author →