As readers, we rely on a book's narration to guide us through the story. But where do we go when the narrator gets lost? Mary Kubica, John Jay Osborn and Karen Thompson Walker will explore the unique ways an author can benefit by straying from the traditional, linear approach.
|Where:||Integrated Learning Center Room 130 (Seats 143, Wheelchair accessible) |
|When:||Sat, Mar 2, 10:00 am - 11:00 am|
|Signing area:||Sales & Signing Area - Integrated Learning Center (following presentation)|
|Genres:||Fiction / Literature, Mystery / Thrillers|
Mary Kubica is the New York Times best-selling author of "The Good Girl" and "Pretty Baby." Her latest novel is "When the Lights Go Out." She lives outside of Chicago with husband and two children and enjoys photography, gardening and caring for animals at a local shelter....
John Jay Osborn grew up in Marin County, California, and went to Harvard College and Harvard Law School. While in law school, he began his first novel, "The Paper Chase." The book came out in 1972, and was soon made into an Academy Award winning movie and then a television show that ran for six years....