Station Eleven at Washtenaw Community College's Towsley Auditorium

. May 1, 2016.
Emily-St.-John-Mandel

Presented by Literati Bookstore and the Michigan Humanities Council, Canadian best-selling author Emily St. John Mandel will visit Towsley Auditorium to read from her latest novel, Station Eleven, winner of the Arthur C. Clarke Award for Science Fiction Literature. Set in the days after civilization’s collapse, charting the life of a celebrated actor and a traveling troupe performing across the desolate landscape. When a young actress is caught and draws the attention of a dangerous prophet, the storyline vacillates between tender and terrifying. 

 

Wednesday | May 11 | 7pm
Towsley Auditorium | 4800 E. Huron River Dr.
734-585-5567 | literatibookstore.com

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