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Fall 2021 Events

Bliss Hall Book Fair-
September 21-22 @ 9am-3:30pm
Lawn between Bliss Hall and the Business Building
FREE books for all! 

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Visiting Writers Series Presents- Victoria Chang
October 5 @ 12:30pm

A quick blurb of Victoria Chang’s celebrated poetry collection Obit:

“A long elegy for the poet’s mother, Obit is the kind of poetry collection that creates a new genre. A reinvention of form? A symphony? A manifesto? All of the above and then some. It is heartbreaking and enthralling. It sings and instructs. It is a world all its own; one that changes ours.” —Ilya Kaminsky, The Week

More info on Victoria Chang:
https://victoriachangpoet.com/
https://poets.org/poet/victoria-chang

Join Zoom Meeting
https://tcnj.zoom.us/j/3312976401?pwd=RVFqQXpMK1A5TGk5eHlUR1NNSnNJdz09
Meeting ID: 331 297 6401
Passcode: 324551

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The Art of the Podcast Class Presents Guest Speaker Mary Childs
“Podcast through the lens of writer as witness”

October 19 @ 5pm

Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 995 9214 8645
Passcode: 407024

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Study Abroad Info Sessions

The Witch in Literature England & Scotland Summer 2022
Info Session 
October 19th @ 12:30pm 

Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 979 9456 4825
Passcode: 425031

 

South Africa 
Info Session
October 19, 2021 @ 12:30pm

 

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Sigma Tau Delta’s Inside Scoop
October 19 & November 2 @ 8:30pm

Bliss Annex 235

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Writing Through the Pandemic
October 20 @ 4pm

Co-hosted by Lion’s Eye and Sigma Tau Dela

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Visiting Writers Series Presents- Yaa Gyasi
November 16 @ 12:30pm
Check back soon for flyer and link to this virtual event!

 Yaa Gyasi’s wildly successful Homegoing:

In one of the most audacious literary debuts in recent memory, a first-time novelist—Ghana born, Alabama raised—constructs a wide-ranging narrative tackling nothing less than the legacy of the African slave trade through seven generations of one family, from 18th-century Gold Coast Africa to present-day California. An epic work by a rising star.   
Read morehttps://www.oprah.com/book/homegoing_1#ixzz72n7QRsJn

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