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Literary Lunch: Susan Conley talks about Landslide with Jaed Coffin

Wednesday, Feb 17 - Wednesday, February 17
12:00pm - 1:00pm

Location: Literary Lunch: Susan Conley talks about Landslide with Jaed Coffin
Audience: Adults

About the authors
Susan Conley is the author of five books, including her new novel Landslide (Knopf, February, 2021). Her previous novel, Elsey Come Home, was a Most Anticipated/Best Book at Oprah MagazineMarie Claire, Amazon, Pop SugarHuffington PostSouthern Living,Fodors, and others. Her writing has appeared in The New York Times MagazineThe Paris ReviewThe Virginia Quarterly ReviewThe Harvard Review, and others. She’s been awarded multiple fellowships from the MacDowell Colony, as well as fellowships from the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference, The Maine Arts Commission, and the Massachusetts Arts Council. She’s won the Maine Book Award and the Maine Award for Publishing Excellence and has been a featured Tedx Speaker, where her talk the “Power of Story,” has been viewed widely. She’s taught at many colleges and arts residencies including Emerson College, Colby College, The University of Massachusetts, as the Jack Kerouac Visiting Fellow, The Haystack School, The Spannochia Foundation, La Napoule Foundation, and The Beijing Hutong. She’s on the faculty of the Stonecoast MFA Program and is co-founder of the Telling Room, a writing center in Portland, Maine.

Jaed Coffin is an assistant professor of creative writing (nonfiction/fiction) in the English department and M.F.A. program. His is the author of the books A Chant to Soothe Wild Elephants, and Roughhouse Friday.  He has published over forty articles and essays in a broad range of journals and magazines, and has also served as the Wilson Fellow in Creative Writing at Deerfield Academy, a Resident Fellow at the Island Institute in Sitka, Alaska, and the William Sloane Fellow at the Bread Loaf Writers Conference. In 2015, he was a featured storyteller on the MOTH Radio Hour.

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About the Series » Literary Lunch Series

Portland Public Library’s Literary Lunch series is held monthly and features authors from New England in conversation about new works.  Authors are interviewed by literary friends, colleagues or critics.

All Literary Lunches are free to the public. Because they take place over the  lunch hour, guests are encouraged to bring their lunch!  Coffee is generously provided by Coffee By Design.

Questions about our Literary Lunch Series? Please send us an e-mail.

 

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