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John Edgar Wideman scheduled as MFA Writer-in-Residence

John Edgar Wideman scheduled as MFA Writer-in-Residence

John-Edgar-Wideman.jpgThe MFA Writer-in-Residence

Institute for the Arts and Humanities Distinguished Visiting Professor

Acclaimed author of two dozen books of fiction and nonfiction, Pittsburgh-native John Edgar Wideman is the first writer to have won the International PEN/Faulkner Award twice: for Sent for You Yesterday (1984) and for Philadelphia Fire (1990). He has won an O. Henry Award (2000), and has also received a MacArthur Prize and a Lannan Literary Award. His nonfiction book Brothers and Keepers received a National Book Critics Circle nomination, and his memoir Fatheralong was a finalist for the National Book Award. In 1997 his novel The Cattle Killing won the James Fenimore Cooper Prize for Best Historical Fiction.


from November 2, 2011 7:30 PM
to November 2, 2011 9:00 PM


Foster Auditorium, Paterno Library

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