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An Evening with Author Lois Leveen
Date: September 13 2012 7:00pm Location: Frank Manor House - Frank Manor House
Please join the Department of English as we kick-off our 2012-2013 Visiting Writer’s Series with a fiction reading by author Lois Leveen. This event is co-sponsored by Gender Studies and Ethnic Studies. Refreshments will be provided. Free and open to the public.
THE SECRETS OF MARY BOWSER
A powerful debut novel, based on a true story, about a female slave who spies for the Union during the Civil War.
“Deftly integrating historical research into this gripping tale of adventure, love, and national conflict, Leveen brings Mary to life and evenhandedly reveals the humanity on both sides of America’s deadliest war.” –Publisher’s Weekly
Leveen earned degrees in history and literature from Harvard, the University of Southern California, and UCLA. She is a regular contributor to Disunion, the New York Times coverage of the sesquicentennial.
For more information please contact the English department at email@example.com.