An Evening with Marlon James

This event is FREE and OPEN to the public, however, registration is REQUIRED.
Thu, Apr 13, 2023
UNCG Greensboro Room 101, Sullivan Science Building

Greensboro Bound, in generous partnership with the UNCG University Libraries, is pleased to announce An Evening with Marlon James. Join host Sara Graybeal as she talks with Marlon about his literary craft. Submit questions for the author at the registration link.

Marlon James is the author of five novels and his short fiction and nonfiction has appeared in anthologies and journals.  His latest work, Moon Witch, Spider King is the second in his Dark Star Trilogy. The first was  Black Leopard, Red Wolf and the final will be titled White Wing, Dark Star.

Born in Jamaica, James attended the University of the West Indies and later Wilkes University in Pennsylvania where he received a Master's Degree in creative writing. He lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota and teaches English and creative writing at Macalester College. In 2018 Marlon James received an American Academy of Arts and Letters Award in Literature. In April 2019 he was named one of Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People of 2019 in the Pioneers category. READ MORE ABOUT MARLON

This event is made possible by the UNCG University Libraries, Greensboro Bound, The Greensboro Review, the UNCG Department of African American & Diaspora Studies, and the UNCG Department of Library & Information Science.