October 15th, at 7:00pm

MOCA North Miami
770 NE 125th St, North Miami, Florida 33161

James Joyce’s Ulysses (1922) is generally considered the greatest novel of the twentieth century, yet its reputation for unreadability leads many readers away from it. Almost a century after its publication, however, critics, artists, and other elucidators have found myriad ways to assist readers in navigating Joyce’s odyssey to a point where the work’s “difficulty” can be appreciated as necessary and even essential to its form. New media forms in particular allow experiences of Joyce’s style unavailable to earlier generations.