Michael Martone and Moira Crone, fiction writers who create “from material that’s deeply personal and wonderingly odd,” according to one description, will appear at the Hollins Room of the Wyndham Robertson Library at 8 p.m. Sunday.
Michael Martone teaches in the Creative Writing program at the University of Alabama and is the author of many bold, funny and puzzling books. Moira Crone is a dominant presence in New Stories from the South, and a winner of the Robert Penn Warren Award for Fiction from the Southern Fellowship of Writers for the body of her work.
The talk is sponsored by the Beanstalk Fund, a joint venture of Hollins’ Creative Writing Program and the Wyndham Robertson Library to bring writers and readers together.
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