Here we go. I held off on publicizing this too much before the MOHAI lecture to avoid confusion, but this event is no less exciting, and in some ways more expansive: I’m part of PLU’s 15th Annual Visiting Writer Series, and will be taking part in a full day of events for students, faculty and more. For those of you in the South End looking for free (And fun! Yes!) things to do, two of the this Thursday's events are open to the public:
Both of these events are on Tacoma’s PLU campus; details here. The book will be for sale, but more importantly– stop in for a chat! I don’t get out to Pierce County too often, and am looking forward to saying hello. It’s an honor to be hosted by award-winning author Wendy Call, and I’m thrilled to speak to her classes as much to the public.
Hope to see you there soon!
Where: Pacific Lutheran University, 12180 Park Avenue S., Tacoma, WA 98447
When: Thursday, February 27th, 2020
The Writer’s Story: 4 pm in Anderson University Center, Room 133
Reading and Reception: 7 pm in the Scandinavian Center