Authors Lan Samantha Chang and Samantha Hunt Read New Work at Folger Theatre
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The last date listed for Lan Samantha Chang and Samantha Hunt was Monday November 1, 2010 / 7:30pm.
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Mary Queen of Scots and Elizabeth I: These two dangerous and powerful women fight for the throne ...Learn More
Admired for their ingenious prose and arresting narratives, two contemporary writers read from new work.
Lan Samantha Chang *is the author of two novels, All Is Forgotten, Nothing Is Lost and_Inheritance_, as well as a story collection Hunger_. She has been awarded the Southern Review Fiction Prize, the PEN/Beyond Margins Prize for Fiction, and was a finalist for a Los Angeles Times_ Book Award. Her stories have appeared in The Atlantic Monthly,Ploughshares, and The Best American Short Stories. She is a professor of creative writing at the University of Iowa and Director of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop.
Samantha Hunt*’s second novel, The Invention of Everything Else_, was a finalist for the Orange Prize and winner of the Bard Fiction Prize. Her first novel, The Seas_, won a National Book Foundation award for writers under thirty-five. Hunt’s fiction has been published in The New Yorker, McSweeney’s, and other publications. She lives in Tivoli, New York and teaches at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York.
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