Pittsburgh Arts & Lectures has announced the authors of the 31st season of Ten Evenings, a series of lectures featuring prominent writers who share research and creative work.
The season begins on September 20th with Brit Bennett. Brit Bennett discusses her No. 1. New York Times Best-selling books Half disappearingAnd, on May 9, 2022, we conclude with Pulitzer Prize-winning author Isabel Wilkerson. Caste: The Origin of Our Dissatisfaction..
Lectures are usually held at the Carnegie Music Hall, but all lectures are virtually held until at least December. Ticket owners have the option of upgrading to face-to-face seats if they are safe and allowed to meet directly after January, but they can also continue to participate virtually.
The collection of works by novelists and non-fiction writers explores class, race, sexuality, addiction, and more, and their writing is informed from a wide range of backgrounds, both professional and individual. Participants can hear from Charles Yu, who worked as a writer. Westworld Who will discuss the 2020 Booker Prize-winning book Interior Chinatown, With novelist and playwright Ayad Akhtar discussing 2020 New York Times Best-selling books Homeland Elegy..
Douglas Stuart’s childhood, raised in Glasgow, Scotland, Sugi BainRobin Wall Kimerer’s professional career as a 2020 Booker Prize-winning, exploring class, sexuality, addiction, botanist and professor of plant ecology is her personal as a Potawatomi woman. It is fused with experience. Knit sweet glass, This assumes that ecological consciousness requires interrelationships with the living world.
Seasonal subscriptions are currently available for $ 130, and single tickets will be available from July 6th for $ 15 each.The lecturer’s special book is from Bloomfield White whale bookstoreGive people time to buy and read books before attending a virtual lecture.
Stephanie Fromm, Executive Director of Pittsburgh Arts & Lectures, said:
2021-22 10 Evening Season Schedule:
September 20: Brit Bennett, Half disappearing
October 18: Charles Yu, Interior Chinatown
November 8: Lawrence Wright, “Year of the Plague”, New Yorker
November 22: Maggie Ofarel, Hamnet
December 6: Yaa Gyasi, Transcendental kingdom
Jna. 24: Douglas Stuart, Sugi Bain
February 21: Ayad Akhtar, Homeland Elegy
March 21: George Saunders: Swim in the pond in the rain
April 11: Robin Wall Mahler, Knit sweet glass
May 9: Isabel Wilkerson, Caste: The Origin of Our Dissatisfaction
For more information or to subscribe, please visit: pittsburghlectures.org
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