Maggie Shipstead & Jennifer duBois Fiction Reading

. January 2, 2016.
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For one night only, Thursday, January 14, two award-winning fiction authors, both graduates of the esteemed Iowa’s Writers Workshop, will be reading at the UMMA’s Helmut Stern Auditorium thanks to the Museum of Art and the Zell Visiting Writers Series. Maggie Shipstead is the author of two novels, Astonish Me and Seating Arrangements, the latter was a New York Times Bestseller List. Jennifer duBois is the author of A Partial History of Lost Causes and Cartwheel, as well as the recipient of a National Book Foundation 5 Under 35 Award. This reading is open to the public, with seating on a first-come basis.

5:30pm Thursday, January 14
Helmut Stern Auditorium at the University of Michigan Museum of Art, 525 S. State St.
734-764-0395 | umma.umich.edu
Free

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