The Fall Visiting Writers Series continues with nonfiction writer Michele Morano, author of Grammar Lessons: Translating A Life In Spain and Like Love. On Thursday, November 5, Morano will meet with MFA students in an afternoon workshop and then take part in an evening reading and conversation with Mason professor Kyoko Mori. The reading will take place on Crowdcast beginning at 7 p.m. in partnership with Mason Libraries and Fall for the Book.
Michele Morano is the author of Grammar Lessons: Translating A Life In Spain and the new book, Like Love, which Kirkus Reviews praised, in a starred review, as "A prismatic exploration of the complexities and contradictions of close relationships."
Her work has been honored with fellowships and awards from the Rona Jaffe Foundation, the American Association of University Women, and others. Her essays have appeared in many journals and anthologies, including Best American Essays and I'll Tell You Mine: Thirty Years Of Essays From Te Iowa Nonfiction Program. She directs the MA in Writing and Publishing Program at DePaul University in Chicago.
Reserve your spot here, or watch below.
October 23, 2020