Join Eula Biss, author and Guggenheim Fellow for a discussion intimate of her work. Moderated by TaraShea Nesbit, Assistant Professor of English.
Nesbit is a novelist and essayist whose interests include American history, history of science, and creative nonfiction as a method for social critique. Her bestselling novel, The Wives of Los Alamos, was a New York Times Editors’ Choice and a finalist for the PEN/Bingham Prize. Hernonfiction has been featured in TheGuardian, Salon, Fourth Genre, Ninth Letter, and elsewhere. In 2018, she was awarded an Individual Excellence Award from the Ohio Arts Council for nonfiction and a Creative Writing Fellowship at the American Antiquarian Society for her forthcoming second novel, Beheld, about the first murder trial in Plymouth colony.
Co-Sponsored by Department of English Creative Writing Program, Department of Media Journalism and Film, Family and Student Programs