Edith Pearlman has published over 250 acclaimed, award-winning works of fiction and non-fiction in national magazines, literary journals, anthologies, and on-line publications.
Always esteemed by her fellow writers, Pearlman's work has at last caught the attention of the general reading public with the publication of her short-story collection Binocular Vision: New and Selected Stories, which won the 2011 National Book Critics' Circle Award and was a finalist for the 2011 National Book Award.
Please join us for an evening with Edith Pearlman as she reads from what Bowdoin Professor of English Brock Clarke calls her "terrific, wry, sage work," and shares her views on being a writer.
See the author's website at Edith Pearlman.
Sponsored by Lectures and Concerts and the English Department.