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Adam White & Justin Taylor: In-Conversation

August 9 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Free
View Venue Website, 925 SW Washington Street, Portland, OR 97205 + Google Map

Join us for a conversation with Adam White and Justin Taylor, moderated by Steve Nelson of the Northwest Review.

This event is in-person at Literary Arts. Proof of COVID-19 vaccination required for entry. Please see our guidelines here.

Adam White

Adam White grew up in Damariscotta, Maine, and now lives with his wife and son in Boston, where he teaches writing and coaches lacrosse. He holds an MFA from Columbia University. The Midcoast is his first novel.

Justin Taylor

Justin Taylor is the author of the memoir Riding with the Ghostwhich was published by Random House in 2020. He is also the author of three books of fiction, all published by HarperColllins: Everything Here Is the Best Thing Ever (2010), The Gospel of Anarchy (2011), and Flings (2014). His work has appeared in The New Yorker, Harper’s, Bomb, and Bookforum, among other publications. He has taught writing at the graduate and undergraduate level in programs all over the country, including Columbia University, N.Y.U., the University of Southern Mississippi, and the University of Montana. He is the Director of the Sewanee School of Letters and the fiction editor at The Literary Review. He lives in Portland, Oregon.

Venue

925 SW Washington Street
Portland, OR 97205
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Phone:
503-227-2583
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