New Journalism - Literature in the Modern Era

September 17 from 7:00pm to 8:00pm

Literature has transcended time and place to tell stories, convey emotions, and simply entertain—to give readers insight into what it is like to be a human being. Literature has evolved from the pretentious notion to write the Great American Novel. Writers, like painters and musicians, will find new and engaging ways to showcase their craft, and sometimes this means changing up the format.

This fall, we will explore how writers have taken a story and presented it outside of the style of the traditional novel. This series is meant to be an engaging, open discussion and not a lecture, so please bring your views and share. These topics are open to all ages.

The works of authors and writers such as Hunter S Thompson, Tom Wolfe, Joan Didion, and many more will be discussed.

New Journalism - Literature in the Modern Era
Program Library Events
Location Meeting Room B
Registration Not Required