Faith, Hope and Carnage US Paperback and Book Events
18 August 2023
Nick Cave has announced a US book tour with award-winning journalist Seán O’Hagan in support of their best selling book Faith, Hope and Carnage, out in paperback in the US on September 19.
See full list of in-store signings and events below.
NICK CAVE US BOOK TOUR
Sept 23, 11:00am Washington, D.C. @ Politics and Prose In-store signing REGISTER HERE
Sept 30, 11:30am Chicago, IL @ Seminary Co-op Bookstore In-store signing MORE DETAILS HERE
Oct 5, 11:30am New York, NY @ Strand Bookstore In-store signing with Seán O’Hagan REGISTER HERE
Oct 5, 7:30pm New York, NY @ 92nd Street Y In conversation with Seán O’Hagan TICKETS HERE
Oct 11, 12:00pm Boston, MA @ Harvard Book Store In-store signing REGISTER HERE
Oct 18, 12:00pm Nashville, TN @ Parnassus Books In-store signing REGISTER HERE
Oct 24, 12:00pm Austin, TX @ BookPeople In-store signing REGISTER HERE
Oct 30, 6:00pm Los Angeles, CA @ Book Soup In-store signing REGISTER HERE
Culled from 40 hours of conversations between Nick Cave and Seán O’Hagan, Faith, Hope and Carnage transcends the genre of rock journalism, constituting a work of art in its own right. It is a candid dialogue rich with passionate revelation, fierce intelligence, and philosophical searching about the spiritual forces behind creativity and music. In their sole public conversation in the US at 92nd Street Y, New York, hear Nick Cave and Seán O’Hagan reflect on questions of faith, art, freedom, grief and love, the making of the book in the midst of the pandemic and how the following two years changed their perspectives on creativity and faith, their singular collaborative approach, Nick Cave’s decades as the frontman of The Bad Seeds, and much more.
“Extraordinarily raw . . . Cave has the soft-spoken, knowing voice of a wise man whose youthful excesses inevitably led him to a quiet life of meditation and art.”
Lauretta Charlton, The New York Times Book Review
“Intensely personal . . . one of the most powerful and affecting meditations on grief and loss published in recent years.”
James Cook, ArtReview