When:
Monday, Apr 11, 2022 3:00p -
5:00p

Where:
172 Tremont St
172 Tremont St
Boston, MA 02111

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Admission:
FREE

Categories:
Lectures & Conferences, University

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https://www.eventbrite.com/e/faculty-book-celebration-spring-2022-tickets-310489471367?aff=ebdssbdestsearch

Faculty Book Celebration Spring 2022


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Join us for a WLP and Marlboro Institute for Liberal Arts and Interdisciplinary Studies Faculty Book Celebration with Edwin Hill, Thomas McNeely, and Jon Papernick on Monday, Apr. 11, at 3 pm in the Owens Multipurpose Room.


Free and open to the public. Alumni and friends of Emerson, please join us.


Faculty books will be available for purchase at the event.


Edwin Hill is the author of the critically-acclaimed Hester Thursby mystery series, the first of which, Little Comfort, was an Agatha Award finalist, a selection of the Mysterious Press First Mystery Club and a Publishers Marketplace Buzz Books selection. Formerly the vice president and editorial director for Bedford/St. Martin's (Macmillan), he now teaches at Emerson College and has written for the LA Review of Books, The Life Sentence, Publisher's Weekly, and Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine. He lives in Roslindale, Massachusetts with his partner Michael and their lab, Edith Ann. Visit him online at www.Edwin-Hill.com.


Thomas McNeely has received National Endowment for the Arts, Wallace Stegner, MacDowell Colony, and Dobie Paisano fellowships for his fiction. Pictures of the Shark: Stories (Texas Review Press) is his second book. His first book, Ghost Horse, won the Gival Press Novel Award and was shortlisted for the William Saroyan International Prize in Writing. He has published short stories and non-fiction in The Atlantic, Texas Monthly, Ploughshares, and many other magazines and anthologies, including The Best American Mystery Stories and Algonquin Books’ Best of the South. His stories have been short-listed for the Pushcart Prize, Best American Short Stories and O. Henry Award anthologies. He currently teaches in the Stanford Online Writing Studio and at Emerson College, Boston.


Jonathan Papernick, born and raised in Toronto, Canada, is the author of two short story collections, The Ascent of Eli Israel and There Is No Other and three novels, the most recent being I Am My Beloveds. Jon has taught fiction writing for more than twenty years at Pratt Institute, GrubStreet, Brandeis University, Bar Ilan University and Emerson College, in Boston, where he has taught since 2007, serving as Senior Writer-in-Residence since 2012. In 2019 he started Paper&Ink Editorial, a manuscript editing and coaching service that has worked with clients in America and internationally. He lives on Boston's South Shore with his wife, step-daughters, and sons.


About the School of the Arts at Emerson College: We are a community of artists, professionals, and scholars committed to educating students to bring vision, commitment, sophistication, and courage to their crafts.

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