Join us for a conversation with "Mad Men" creator Matthew Weiner and East Side Jew Christopher Noxon about the state of television and the unique artistic challenges in uncertain times.
Acclaimed storyteller Matthew Weiner has been entertaining audiences for two decades, most recently as writer, creator, executive producer and director of Mad Men, one of television’s most honored series. He also worked as a writer and executive producer on The Sopranos, along with several comedy series, and made his feature film debut in 2014. Upcoming from Weiner is his debut novel, "Heather, The Totality," which Little, Brown and Company will publish this Fall. Weiner studied at Wesleyan University and earned his MFA from USC. He currently lives in Los Angeles with his wife, architect Linda Brettler, and their four sons.
Christopher Noxon is a writer, illustrator and a co-founder of East Side Jews. He’s the author of the books "Plus One" and "Rejuvenile: Kickball, Cartoons, Cupcakes and the Reinvention of the American Grown Up." His journalism has appeared in the The New Yorker, Details, Salon, and The New York Times Magazine. His artwork has been published in The Hollywood Reporter, Fusion, Modern Loss, The UNDO List and the book "Unschooled: Writers and Artists Wrestle With the Torah."
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