Monday, July 28, 2014

Fall 2014 Events

All of the following events are free and open to the public:

Thursday, September 4: Poetry Reading by David Roderick from his new book, The Americans (co-sponsored with MFA Writing Program).
8 p.m. Faculty Center, UNCG

Monday, September 8: Author and Storyteller Doug Elliott.
7 p.m. EUC Auditorium, UNCG

Monday, September 15: Friends of the UNCG Libraries Book Discussion - The Rise of the Creative Class, Revisited by Richard
Florida, led by Keith Debbage of the Department of Geography & the Department of Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Hospitality and Tourism. 
4 p.m. Hodges Reading Room, Jackson Library 2nd floor, UNCG. 

Thursday, September 18: Reading by Lee Zacharias from her book, The Only Sounds We Make (co-sponsored with MFA Writing Program).
7 p.m. Faculty Center, UNCG

Wednesday, October 8: Presentation by Dr. Joy Kasson about author and illustrator Lois Lenski.
4 p.m. Hodges Reading Room Jackson Library 2nd floor, UNCG

Thursday, October 16: Poetry Reading by Fred Chappell from his book, The Familiars (co-sponsored with MFA Writing Program).
7 p.m. Faculty Center, UNCG

Monday, October 20: Friends of the UNCG Libraries Book Discussion - In Defense of Food by Michael Pollan, led by Anne Hershey of the Biology Department.
4 p.m. Hodges Reading Room, Jackson Library 2nd floor.

Wednesday, October 29: Margaret Maron Presents Women of Mystery - Nancy Pickard.
7 p.m. Virginia Dare Room, Alumni House, UNCG

Monday, November 3: Friends of the UNCG Libraries Book DiscussionThe Member of the Wedding: The Play by Carson McCullers, led by Keith Cushman of the English Department.
7 p.m. Hodges Reading Room, Jackson Library 2nd floor, UNCG. 

Thursday, November 6: Book Signing and Talk by Beth Macy, author of Factory Man.
7 p.m. Virginia Dare Room, Alumni House, UNCG.

You are asked to register for book discussions at http://library.uncg.edu/giving/friends_of_the_libraries/Register.aspx .

Books in the  discussion series are available from the UNCG Bookstore, Scuppenong Books, and other area retailers.

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