Writer and editor John Freeman will read from his new book of poems, Maps, and will discuss the publication of his literary journal, Freeman's, on Thursday, November 30, 6:00 pm in Taylor Hall, Room 203. The event, which will include a Q&A and book-signing, is free and open to the public.
John Freeman is an editor and literary curator of the highest order, author of cultural commentary, and intrepid poet. His work includes two anthologies discussing economic inequalities in America, Tales of Two Americas (2017) and Tales of Two Cities (2015). Freeman’s authored books include How to Read a Novelist (2013) and The Tyranny of E-mail (2011). Maps is his debut collection of poetry.
This event is sponsored by the English Department.
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