Cerebral Stimulation. Also, Dessert.

Feed your mind and body. See the English Department in action. Meet famous novelists. Learn about the future of literature. Eat something sweet. Mingle with students, faculty, alumni.

Featuring the British Council Writer in Residence Suhayl Saadi

“Literature in a Global Age” is about the past and future of writing in English. A panel of authors and critics will lead a lively discussion of literature familiar and new, exploring the art that happens when cultures meet — and clash. Featuring Herman Carrillo, Thomas Mallon, Faye Moskowitz, Judith Plotz, and renowned Scots-Asian writer Suhayl Saadi.

Wednesday, October 22 | 6:30 – 8 p.m.
Alumni House @ 1918 F Street, NW
Washington, D.C.

More info and registration here. The event is free for undergraduates, a nominal charge for alumni and non-GW guests. If you don’t attend you don’t really belong here anyway and we will drop you from the major (current students) or “accidentally” misplace all your transcripts (alumni).

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