Three of America's most gifted story-tellers are known for introducing flawed characters and walking them down long and difficult paths. William Kent Krueger, J.A. Jance and National Book Award finalist Daniel Gumbiner discuss the impact those fictional journeys have on the authors themselves.
|Tickets:||This is a ticketed event. Make ticket reservations|
|Where:||Modern Languages Room 350 (Seats 318, Wheelchair accessible) |
|When:||Sat, Mar 2, 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm|
|Signing area:||Sales & Signing Area - Central Mall (following presentation)|
|Genres:||Fiction / Literature, Mystery / Thrillers|
Daniel Gumbiner was born and raised in Northern California. He graduated from UC Berkeley in 2011 and now lives in Las Vegas, where he works as the managing editor of The Believer. His first book, "The Boatbuilder," was longlisted for the 2018 National Book Award....
Inspired by Frank Baum's Wizard of Oz series, J. A. Jance knew that she wanted to be a writer since she was in the second grade. J. A. Jance is the New York Times best-selling author of the J. P. Beaumont series, the Joanna Brady series, the Ali Reynolds series, and five interrelated thrillers about the Walker family, as well as a volume of poetry....
Raised in the Cascade Mountains of Oregon, William Kent Krueger briefly attended Stanford University—before being kicked out for radical activities. After that, he logged timber, worked construction, tried his hand at freelance journalism and eventually ended up researching child development at the University of Minnesota....