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This week's Warren Willson College MFA lectures and readings

From Warren Wilson College's website:

Events last approximately one hour. Admission is free. For more information, call the MFA Office: (828) 771-3715.

Readings will begin at 8:15pm in the Fellowship Hall behind the Chapel unless indicated otherwise.

Readings
by MFA faculty
Thursday, January 3 : Brooks Haxton, Anthony Doerr, Barbara Ras, Dominic Smith
Friday, January 4 : Marianne Boruch, Charles D’Ambrosio, Van Jordan, Michael Martone
Saturday, January 5 : C.J. Hribal, Debra Allbery, Debra Spark, Steve Orlen

Faculty Lectures
All lectures will be held in the Fellowship Hall behind the Chapel.
Friday, January 4 – 11:15am: MAURICE MANNING: In Kind: Some Thoughts on Sympathy

What better way to start the new year? I look forward to attending a couple of the readings and the Saturday lecture. My question (or maybe prediction), will Steve Orlen read his Dolly Parton poem again (for, like, the third year running)?

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