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Sunday, April 23 • 11:00am - Monday, April 24 •12:00pm
Fiction: Disappearing Acts, Conversation 2041

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Mary Otis

Otis is the author of "Yes, Yes, Cherries" (Tin House). She has been published in Best New American Voices, Electric Literature, The Believer, Zyzzva, and many other publications. Her stories have received an honorable mention for the Pushcart Prize and been named a Distinguished Story of the Year (Best American Short Stories). Mary is a fiction professor in the Low-Residency MFA Program at UC Riverside.

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Alexander Chee

Chee is the author of the novels "Edinburgh" and "The Queen of the Night.” He has received numerous awards including the Whiting Award and a NEA in Fiction. He is a contributing editor at The New Republic and VQR, a critic-at-large for the | Los Angeles Times, and an associate professor of English at Dartmouth College.
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Amy Gentry

Gentry is a book reviewer for the Chicago Tribune whose work has also appeared in Salon, Los Angeles Review of Books, and the Best Food Writing of 2014. She lives in Austin, where she volunteered for several years with victims of sexual and domestic violence. "Good As Gone" is her first novel.
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Edan Lepucki

Lepucki is the bestselling author of the novel "California" as well as the novella "If You're Not Yet Like Me.” Her second novel, "Woman No. 17,” will be published this May. She is a contributing editor and staff writer at the Millions and the founder of Writing Workshops Los Angeles.
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Lydia Millet

Millet is the author of 11 books of literary fiction, most recently the novel "Sweet Lamb of Heaven" (2016), a finalist for the National Book Award and 2016 L.A. Times Book Prize in Fiction. Earlier titles include "Mermaids in Paradise" (2014); "Magnificence" (2012), a finalist for the National Book Critics' Circle and Los Angeles Times book awards; a story collection called "Love in Infant Monkeys" (2010), a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize... Read More →


Sunday April 23, 2017 11:00am - Monday April 24, 2017 12:00pm
Andrus Gerontology Center, Signing Area 2