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Mar 23, 2016
Seattle Arts and Lectures presents
An Evening with Emily St. John Mandel
The author of four novels, Mandel writes about fame, immortality, art, and the unexpectedness of life. She’ll offer a glimpse at her creative process and the inspiration behind her most recent work Station Eleven, a National Book Award-nominated work.
($15 – $60)
Wednesday, March 23, 2016, 7:30PM
This event is sold out.
Great Hall
1119 Eighth Avenue (enter on Eighth Avenue)
Seattle, WA 98101

Emily St. John Mandel

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The author of four novels, Emily St. John Mandel writes about fame, immortality, art, and the unexpectedness of life. Her most recent work, Station Eleven, follows a small group of actors making their way through the world,  after a pandemic that changed everything, and explores the interconnectedness we all share. She’ll offer a glimpse at her creative process and the inspiration behind this National Book Award-nominated work. Mandel (The Singer’s Gun, Last Night in Montreal) is a staff writer for The Millions.

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Presented by: Seattle Arts & Lectures, as part of its Literary Series.

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