Central Piedmont Community College
These events are part of the 2016 Sensoria Festival April 8-16 at CPCC. sensoria.cpcc.edu.
April 12: Amelia Morris
( “Bon Appeptempt: A Coming of Age Story”)
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April 13: Amy Bloom
Award-winning fiction writer.
April 14: Fiction writer Ben Marcus
Writer and editor of “New American Stories”
Oct. 28: Lee Smith
(“Fair and Tender Ladies, Oral History and Guests on Earth” )
Lilly Gallery, Chambers Building.
Nov. 12: Keyne Cheshire, Stephanie Post
Cheshire author of a textbook on Alexander the Great and “Murder at Jagged Rock”, Stephanie Post, (“A Tree Born Crooked”)
Sept. 10: Jaki Shelton Green
North Carolina Literary Hall of Fame Inductee, Belk Centrum.
Oct. 22: Jeff Hobbs
(“The Tourists,”), P.E. Monroe Auditorium.
Nov. 12: Chuck Klosterman
(“Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs”), P.E. Monroe Auditorium.
March 31: Garrison Keillor
(“A Prairie Home Companion”) P.E. Monroe Auditorium.
April 7: Anne Lamott
(“Bird by Bird: Some Instructions on Writing and Life”), P.E. Monroe Auditorium.
April 14: Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Paul Muldoon
April 23: The Little Read with Will Osborne and Mary Pope Osborne
(“Smoke & Mirrors”), and (“Magic Tree House Fact Tracker”), P.E. Monroe Auditorium.
Levine Museum of the New South
Oct. 21: Tom Hanchett
(“New South for the New Southerner: How Charlotte Got Segregated”). $5 members; $12 nonmembers.
Queens University of Charlotte
Oct. 4: Historian Mark M. Smith
(“When War Makes Sense: A Sensory History of the American Civil War”), Ketner Auditorium/Sykes Learning Center.
Oct. 8: Poet Joseph Harrison
(“Shakespeare’s Horse”), Ketner Auditorium/Sykes Learning Center.
Nov. 5: Sir Salman Rushdie
Dana Auditorium/E.H. Little Fine Arts Center, $40.
Nov. 10: Author and Poet Claudia Rankine
(“Citizen: An American Lyric”), Ketner Auditorium/Sykes Learning Center.
Sept. 28: Playwright Constance Congdon
(“Tales of the Lost Formicans”), Rowe Recital Hall.