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Fall 2013 - GPC Reads

Previous GPC Reads

GPC Reads Events

November 13, 2013 8:30 AM
Alpharetta Room 2190
Book discussion led by Mary Ann Cullen.  Light refreshments will be served.
November 6, 2013 1:00 PM
Dunwoody Building C Room 1100
Ms. Trethewey will interact with student panelists who are studying her work.  Reception to follow in the Student Center.
November 6, 2013 7:30 PM
Clarkston Cole Auditorium, F building.
Ms. Trethewey will  read from her work and respond to questions.  A book signing will follow.

GPC Reads

The primary goal of GPC Reads is to connect our campus readers—faculty, staff and students—with authors, so that the discussions begun in the campus-based groups can continue right on through the authors’ visits.

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GPC Campus Book Clubs

We also have book clubs that meet on the various campuses to discuss the book and the author.  Check the GPC Reads website for more information closer to the event.

Why I write

Talk by Natasha Trethewey: "Why I Write: Natasha Trethewey on Poetry, History, and Social Justice"
--Obtained from Emory University's YouTube.