"WRITING AND THE DIGITAL REVOLUTION" will take place on Wednesday, May 29 from 6-8PM at the PS/IS 187 Auditorium located at 349 Cabrini Boulevard.
How is the work of writing and publishing changing in a world of blogs, ebooks, tablets, and smartphones? Join us for a discussion and Q&A with several members of our writing and publishing community in the Heights.This exciting event features a number of excellent guests and features a post-panel Q&A, followed by a brief reception with panelists.
SUGGESTED DONATION $40 TO SUPPORT LITERACY PROGRAMS AT PS/IS 187
(FREE FOR STUDENTS)
Meena Alexander, internationally acclaimed poet, memoirist, novelist, critic, and Distinguished Professor of English and Creative Writing at Hunter College and Graduate Center, CUNY; author of Birthplace with Buried Stones (forthcoming fall 2013)
Brenda Copeland, Executive Editor, St. Martin's Press
Jim Dwyer, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist, the New York Times; author of Subway Lives: 24 Hours in the Life of the NYC Subway and coauthor of 102 Minutes: The Unforgettable Story of the Fight to Survive Inside the Twin Towers
Dorian Karchmar, literary agent, William Morris Endeavor
Veronica Liu, founder, WordUp Community Bookshop and Fractious Press; editor, Seven Stories Press; writer, artist, and photographer.
Clive Priddle, Publisher, Public Affairs Books
Terry Teachout, drama critic for the Wall Street Journal, biographer, blogger, librettist, playwright; author of Pops: A Life of Louis Armstrong and Duke: A Life of Duke Ellington (forthcoming fall 2013)
Moderator: Alane Salierno Mason, Executive Editor, W. W. Norton & Company; Founder, Words without Borders