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Sarah Creech

Sarah Creech: An Evening of Fiction

September  13, 2017  - September  13, 2017  7:00 PM  - 9:00 PMKetner Auditorium, Sykes Learning Center, Queens University of Charlotte

This event is free; no registration is required.

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Sarah Creech, assistant professor of English and creative writing at Queens, reads from her new novel, "The Whole Way Home," as part of the English Department Reading Series. The book tells the story of a musician on the brink of success in Nashville. Sarah Creech is the author of "Season of the Dragonflies," a SIBA OKRA pick for the summer of 2014. Her short fiction and essays appear in The Cortland Review, Writer', storySouth, and Literary Mama. This event is presented by The Arts at Queens.

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