An Evening with Eric Sasson

Math and Science Building Auditorium, Rm 1001 411 Hackberry Lane, Tuscaloosa, AL

Brooklyn-based novelist Eric Sasson will read from his novel Admissions, and the reading will be followed by a Q and A. Books will be available for purchase and signing. This event is free and open to the public, and is part of the UA Creative Writing Program's "Business of Writing Week."

An Evening with Eric Sasson

Math and Science Building Auditorium, Rm 1001 411 Hackberry Lane, Tuscaloosa, AL

Brooklyn-based novelist Eric Sasson will read from his novel Admissions, and the reading will be followed by a Q and A. Books will be available for purchase and signing. This event is free and open to the public, and is part of the UA Creative Writing Program's "Business of Writing Week."

An Evening with Eric Sasson

Math and Science Building Auditorium, Rm 1001 411 Hackberry Lane, Tuscaloosa, AL

Brooklyn-based novelist Eric Sasson will read from his novel Admissions, and the reading will be followed by a Q and A. Books will be available for purchase and signing. This event is free and open to the public, and is part of the UA Creative Writing Program's "Business of Writing Week."

“Stories That Stand Still” – A Discussion of Craft by Carmen Maria Machado

Camellia Room, Gorgas Library 711 Capstone Drive, Tuscaloosa, AL

This talk will explore the craft of writing fiction that doesn’t move—fiction contained in a single, discreet space as large as a house, and as small as a bed—and the implication it has for our understanding of gender, characterization, plot, and time. Stories discussed will include Angela Carter’s “The Fall-River Axe Murders,” Susan Glaspell’s “A

Free

“Stories That Stand Still” – A Discussion of Craft by Carmen Maria Machado

Camellia Room, Gorgas Library 711 Capstone Drive, Tuscaloosa, AL

This talk will explore the craft of writing fiction that doesn’t move—fiction contained in a single, discreet space as large as a house, and as small as a bed—and the implication it has for our understanding of gender, characterization, plot, and time. Stories discussed will include Angela Carter’s “The Fall-River Axe Murders,” Susan Glaspell’s “A

Free

“Stories That Stand Still” – A Discussion of Craft by Carmen Maria Machado

Camellia Room, Gorgas Library 711 Capstone Drive, Tuscaloosa, AL

This talk will explore the craft of writing fiction that doesn’t move—fiction contained in a single, discreet space as large as a house, and as small as a bed—and the implication it has for our understanding of gender, characterization, plot, and time. Stories discussed will include Angela Carter’s “The Fall-River Axe Murders,” Susan Glaspell’s “A

Free

An Evening with Carmen Maria Machado

Camellia Room, Gorgas Library 711 Capstone Drive, Tuscaloosa, AL

Celebrated writer Carmen Maria Machado will read a selection of her work and answer audience questions. Copies of her books will be available for purchase and signing. Machado’s writing defies and blends genres such as surrealism, fantasy, and horror to create writing that is so palpable it seems alive. She holds an MFA from the Iowa

Free

An Evening with Carmen Maria Machado

Camellia Room, Gorgas Library 711 Capstone Drive, Tuscaloosa, AL

Celebrated writer Carmen Maria Machado will read a selection of her work and answer audience questions. Copies of her books will be available for purchase and signing. Machado’s writing defies and blends genres such as surrealism, fantasy, and horror to create writing that is so palpable it seems alive. She holds an MFA from the Iowa

Free

An Evening with Carmen Maria Machado

Camellia Room, Gorgas Library 711 Capstone Drive, Tuscaloosa, AL

Celebrated writer Carmen Maria Machado will read a selection of her work and answer audience questions. Copies of her books will be available for purchase and signing. Machado’s writing defies and blends genres such as surrealism, fantasy, and horror to create writing that is so palpable it seems alive. She holds an MFA from the Iowa

Free

LECTURE – Artist Kathy Rodriguez

Woods Hall 109, Sella-Granata Art Gallery

The public is invited to a talk by New Orleans-based artist Kathy Rodriguez on Thursday, September 22, at 5:00 p.m., in the Sella-Granata Art Gallery (SGAG). There will be a reception for the artist following her talk. Rodriguez’s paintings and three-dimensional installation pieces in this show, inspired by life experience, therapy sessions, apocalyptic science fiction,