The Plymouth Writing Project, in conjunction with its fourth annual Summer Institute for Teachers of Writing, presents a series of invited authors speaking about their own work. Each talk will take place from1:30 to 4 p.m. in Frost Academic Commons on the Plymouth State University campus.
The series began on Saturday, June 28 with a special guest appearance by Claire Robson, author of Love in Good Times. The talks continue with:
July 5: Katherine Min, who will read from her forthcoming novel Secondhand World.
July 12: Poet and PSU Professor of English Liz Ahl
July 19: David Elliot, author of the children’s books The Transmogrification of Roscoe Wizzle, And Here’s to You and Evangeline Mudd and the Golden-Haired Apes of the Ikkinasti Jungle.
July 26: Thomas Newkirk, author of The Presentation of Self in Student Writing and Misreading Masculinity.
A reception for all past Plymouth Writing Project fellows, staff and guests will follow the Newkirk reading on July 26.
The Plymouth Writing Project is the New Hampshire branch of the National Writing Project. For more information, contact Meg Peterson at firstname.lastname@example.org or (603) 535-2684.
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