Two writers reflect on the Paris attacks: Nancy Huston and Adam Gopnik
Nancy Huston has deep roots in Paris, a city where she has lived for more than 35 years -- longer than anywhere else, including her hometown of Calgary. She is a prolific author of both fiction and non-fiction, and has won many prestigious awards including Canada's Governor General's Award and the Prix Femina in France.
Adam Gopnik has been a staff writer for The New Yorker for more than three decades. In 1995, the magazine dispatched him to Paris where he wrote a series of memorable essays about the city. They were collected in a best-selling book called Paris to the Moon.