O’Shaughnessy Performance Space in Benildus Hall
The Santa Fe University of Art and Design (SFUAD) Creative Writing and Literature Department will host Los Angeles Times book critic and author David Ulin on campus Oct. 8–10. Ulin will visit classes and hold a public reading and Q&A for students and the general public on Tuesday, Oct. 8, at 7 p.m. in the O’Shaughnessy Performance Space.
Ulin is most recently the author of the novella Labyrinth. His other books include The Lost Art of Reading: Why Books Matter in a Distracted Time and The Myth of Solid Ground: Earthquakes, Prediction, and the Fault Line Between Reason and Faith, which was selected as a best book of 2004 by the Chicago Tribune and the San Francisco Chronicle. He served as editor of the Library of America’s 880-page Writing Los Angeles: A Literary Anthology, which won a 2002 California Book Award.
Ulin teaches in the Master of Professional Writing program at the University of Southern California. He also teaches in the low-residency MFA in Creative Writing and Writing for the Performing Arts program at the University of California, Riverside’s Palm Desert Center.
Name of event: David Ulin Public Reading and Q&A
Date of event: Tuesday, Oct. 8
Time: 7 p.m.
Place: O’Shaughnessy Performance Space in Benildus Hall
Santa Fe University of Art and Design
1600 St. Michael’s Drive, Santa Fe
More information: Contact Susanne Miller at 1-505-473-6200. This event is free and open to the public.
About SFUAD’s Creative Writing and Literature Department
The Creative Writing and Literature Department at Santa Fe University of Art and Design enables students to learn from and grow along with a core of published, award-winning authors. Dedicated students polish their literary skills and discover the right forms for their unique voice, while taking advantage of numerous opportunities to conduct public readings, work collaboratively, and inspire and be inspired by their peers. Annually, the Creative Writing and Literature Department publishes a student-edited and student-produced literary journal, Glyph, featuring some of the university’s best writing in creative nonfiction, fiction, poetry and screenwriting.