Presented by The NEH Visiting Distinguished Professorship in the Humanities and by the Division of Arts and Humanities, all readings in this series are free of charge and the community is encouraged to attend.
A reception and book-signing will follow Walcott’s reading. Copies of his works are available for purchase now and before the reading at the Hartwick College Barnes & Noble Bookstore on campus.
Presenters in the remainder of the series include:
Thursday, April 18, 2013: Novelist and essayist Marilynne Robinson. Pulitzer Prize, PEN/Hemingway Prize, National Book Critics Circle Award; essayist and novelist, author of “When I Was a Child, I Read Books; Gilead, Housekeeping, The Death of Adam, Absence of Mind.”
For more information on Walcott, visit www.poetryfoundation.org or the Times Topics section of the New York Times Online. For additional information on the series, contact Bensen at 431-4902 or firstname.lastname@example.org.