Adrian Nicole LeBlanc at the Harman Center

Adrian Nicole LeBlanc, Harman Writer-In-Residence,

spoke of her work in progress on comedy clubs and read from her excellent ‘Random Family‘, before a gathering of faculty and students at Baruch’s Harman Center on March 22, 2011.

She is a writer¬†of intensity and passion, who depicts and transforms a small truth into a facet of simple and striking reality. Her writerly qualities are in evidence in ‘Random Family’, which spent 10 years writing.

Now LeBlanc’s keen eye is focused on comedy clubs, for she sees an existential link between the young standup comedian and the marginalized Bronx youth in her book. Hers is an interesting conceit, yet one questions its social value.

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