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Sunday, April 14 • 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Literary Endings: Death in the Novel - Conversation 2032 - REQUIRES TICKET

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Authors Martin Riker, David Vann and Katharine Weber discuss their most recent novels, all of which thoughtfully wrestle with the uncertainty that accompanies our personal end-of-days.

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Alex Espinoza

Alex Espinoza was born in Tijuana, Mexico and raised in suburban Los Angeles. He holds a degree in Creative Writing from the University of California-Riverside and an MFA from UC-Irvine's Program in Writing. His novels include, Still Water Saints and The Five Acts of Diego León... Read More →

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Martin Riker

Martin Riker grew up in central Pennsylvania. He worked as a musician for most of his twenties, worked in nonprofit literary publishing for most of his thirties, and has spent the first half of his forties teaching in the English department at Washington University in St. Louis. In... Read More →
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David Vann

David Vann's internationally-bestselling books have been published in 23 languages, won 14 prizes, and appeared on 83 Best Books of the Year lists in a dozen countries. His new novel, "Halibut on the Moon," was released last month. A former Guggenheim fellow, he is currently a Professor... Read More →
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Katharine Weber

Katharine Weber's first five highly-praised and award-winning novels have made her a book club favorite. Her new novel and seventh book, "Still Life With Monkey," won advance praise with a starred review from Kirkus. All of Katharine's books have been republished in at least one paperback... Read More →


Sunday April 14, 2019 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Mudd Hall 203, Signing Area 1

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