Fiction Writer to Visit AASU
SAVANNAH, GAIn an ongoing effort to expose students to outstanding writers and scholars, the Department of Languages, Literature, and Philosophy at Armstrong Atlantic State University will present fiction writer Robin Hemley on November 5. Hemley's reading will be given as part of the university's annual Visiting Writers Series. His talk will begin at 12:15 P.M. in AASU's Ashmore Auditorium. It is free and open to the public.
Robin Hemley is the author of five books of fiction and nonfiction, including the memoir, Nola (Graywolf Press), which won the Independent Press Book Award and the Governor's Award for Nonfiction from the state of Washington. He has also published two short story collections--All You Can Eat (Atlantic Monthly Press) and The Big Ear (John Blair), as well as the popular book on form, Turning Life into Fiction (Story), which was a selection of the Quality Paperback Book Club and Book of the Month Club, and a novel, The Last Studebaker (Graywolf Press).
Robin Hemley's visit is co-sponsored by the AASU Campus Union Board.
November 1, 2001