The UCSC Literature Department and Creative Writing Program Present: LIVING WRITERS SERIES WINTER 2021 "Shelter and Place," a theme about world building when the world seems to be falling apart, about writing about place, about seeking and finding and not finding shelter in stormy times, and of course, what it means to be a writer and a person writing while sheltering in place. Read more about the series here.
JANUARY 14TH FEATURED WRITER: SOFIA SAMATAR
Sofia Samatar is the author of the novels A Stranger in Olondria and The Winged Histories, the short story collection, Tender, and Monster Portraits, a collaboration with her brother, the artist Del Samatar. Her work has received several honors, including the World Fantasy Award. She teaches Arabic literature, African literature, and speculative fiction at James Madison University in Virginia.
The Living Writers Series runs on select Thursdays from 5:20-6:55p.m. Authors' books available for pick up or delivery via Bookshop Santa Cruz. Find them here.