Vesna Goldsworthy and Eva Hoffman

By Sarah Glazer

Vesna’s satirical novel Gorsky is about a Russian oligarch who builds a mansion on the Thames. The book, which openly uses the Great Gatsby as its model, deals with themes of power, money, love and London real estate. Vesna is a Serbian writer and poet who teaches writing and literature at Kingston University. Eva Hoffman is the author of the renown memoir, Lost in Translation.