The reading and lecture series lets the best of today’s writers share their secrets with literary aficionados.
Presentations take place in the Gateway Center – Davis Auditorium. (Free and open to the public)
Tuesday, September 23
10:00 am & 12:00 noon
Hrebeniak is Professor and Director of Studies in English at Wolfson College at England’s prestigious Cambridge University. His first book, Action Writing: Jack Kerouac’s Wild Form was nominated for an MLA prize. He is currently working on two new books: a study of ecological currents in postwar American poetry, and a psycho-geographical account of the medieval Stourbridge Fair. His academic career has co-existed alongside underground activities as a saxophonist, jazz journalist, an obituary writer for the Guardian, researcher for the Arts Council, editor and publisher