Lydia Millet – April 22

Columbia University

Lydia Millet joins Columbia’s Creative Writing Lecture Series for a a craft talk, Writing at the End of the World.

Lydia Millet is the author of six novels, most recently How the Dead Dream (2008), and one story collection, Love in Infant Monkeys (2009). Her fifth novel, Oh Pure and Radiant Heart, was shortlisted for Britain’s Arthur C. Clarke Prize; her fourth, My Happy Life, won the 2003 PEN-USA Award for Fiction. Millet is also an essayist and critic. She lives in the desert outside Tucson, Arizona, with her husband and two small children, where she works as a writer and editor for a group that protects endangered species.

Columbia University School of the Arts
Thursday, April 22
Dodge Hall 501, 7pm
Free and open to the public.

Map to Dodge Hall

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