NC State Literary Readings Fall 2018

September 26, 7:30 PM Hunt Library Auditorium (map)
Ted Chiang is the author of the collection Stories of Your Life and Others, the title story of which was adapted into the motion picture Arrival, starring Amy Adams and directed by Denis Villeneuve. His fiction has won four Nebula, four Hugo, and four Locus awards, and has been reprinted in the Best American Short Stories anthology. He lives outside Seattle, WA and is a graduate of the Clarion Writers Workshop.

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October 24, 7:30PM Caldwell Hall Lounge, Caldwell Hall (map)
Diane Seuss is the author of the poetry collections Still Life with Two Dead Peacocks and a Girl (2018); Four-Legged Girl (2015), finalist for the Pulitzer Prize; Wolf Lake, White Gown Blown Open (2010), winner of the 2009 Juniper Prize for Poetry; and It Blows You Hollow (1998). Her work has appeared in Poetry, the Georgia Review, Brevity, Able Muse, Valparaiso Poetry Review, and the Missouri Review, as well as The Best American Poetry 2014. She was the MacLean Distinguished Visiting Professor in the Department of English at Colorado College in 2012, and she has taught at Kalamazoo College since 1988.

November 14, 7:30PM Piedmont Suite, Talley Student Union (map)
Brando Skyhorse is the award winning author of The Madonnas of Echo Park, Take This Man: A Memoir, and has co-edited an anthology, We Wear The Mask: 15 True Stories Of Passing in America. He is an Associate Professor at Indiana University in Bloomington where he teaches at IU’s Creative Writing MFA program.

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