The fall readings at the Jackson Center for Creative Writing at Hollins University will be virtual this year, but the public is still invited. Request to attend via teleconference using the form below.
All readings will be at 7:30 PM. Get bios and more schedule information here.
Sept. 10: Lia Purpura
Sept. 24: Kaveh Akbar
Oct. 8: Terry Tempest Williams
Oct. 29: Harvest Reading
Nov. 12: Heid E. Erdrich
Jan. 13: Alum Reading with Jen Fawkes and Karen Salyer McElmurray
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Hi Doug. I am curious about this series and the Terry Tempest Williams session in particular. How does this work? Is there a lecture or required readings?
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On Sat, Aug 29, 2020 at 11:14 AM BOOK CITY ★ Roanoke wrote:
> Douglas Charles Jackson posted: ” The fall reading series by the Jackson > Center for Creative Writing at Hollins University will be virtual this > year, but the public is still invited. Request to attend via teleconference > using the form below. Get bios and more schedule information” >
The creative writing program has authors visit campus to give readings of their work. In non-Covid time these are straight forward readings with some comments from the author, then they have a reception with the author and sell some books. Then the next day they do a craft Q&A. This is new, the online piece, so they might mix it up a little., perhaps work a few questions in after the reading. The online is new for me too, but for these you can just log on and listen. 🙂