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Authors on Stage 40 Years 250 Authors logo

Authors on Stage is delighted to continue our 40th anniversary celebration by offering our Spring 2021 program via Zoom Webinar. Three engaging authors—all with Wellesley connections—will tell us how they came to write their current books, with Lia Hunt Zylstra moderating. Please join us!

When:   Wednesday, May 12, 2021, 12:00–1:00 pm ET
Where:  Virtual Program, Zoom Webinar
Cost:     $10.00, reservation required, ticket proceeds support the Wellesley College Library
           Purchase your ticket by completing the form below. 
           No recording of the program will be distributed.

Advance Book Orders (through Wellesley Books): Click here
More information about Authors on Stage: Click here

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Dan Chiasson
THE MATH CAMPERS: Poems Hailed as “a poet of dazzling intellectual resources and unmatched sophistication” (Louise Glück), Dan Chiasson’s new collection is a father and husband's meditation on love, adolescence, and the process of composing poetry. “These intricately crafted poems unfold like ‘nested dreams’” (Los Angeles Times). Dan Chiasson is the Lorraine Wang Professor of English at Wellesley College and poetry critic of The New Yorker.  (Photo: courtesy of the author)




 

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Malinda Lo
LAST NIGHT AT THE TELEGRAPH CLUB America in 1954 is not a safe place for two girls to fall in love, especially in San Francisco’s Chinatown. This romantic, historical novel is one of self-discovery against the odds. “This is a beautiful, brave story, and Lily is a heroine that readers will love” (BookPage, starred review). Wellesley graduate Malinda Lo is a highly acclaimed author of several young adult novels. She lives in Massachusetts.  (Photo: courtesy of the author)


 

 

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Mira Sethi
ARE YOU ENJOYING?: Stories This striking debut collection of six stories is set in contemporary Pakistan. Mira Sethi explores the intimate dynamics of friends and families with nuanced compassion for her characters’ vulnerability.  “Sethi both exposes and enthralls” (Booklist, starred review). Mira Sethi is an actor and a writer. She grew up in Pakistan, attended Wellesley, and lives in Lahore, Karachi, and San Francisco.  (Photo: Ali Agha)




 


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