David Mura – “A Stranger’s Journey” in Conversation with Shannon Gibney and Ed Bok Lee
October 24 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
A STRANGER’S JOURNEY: RACE, IDENTITY, AND NARRATIVE CRAFT IN WRITING
Wednesday, October 24, 7pm
David Mura is the author of two memoirs, Turning Japanese, which won the Oakland PEN Josephine Miles Book Award and was a New York Times Notable Book, and Where the Body Meets Memory. His novel, Famous Suicides of the Japanese Empire, was a finalist for the Minnesota Book Award, the John Gardner Fiction Prize and Virginia Commonwealth University Cabell First Novelist Award. His four books of poetry include the National Poetry Contest winner After We Lost Our Way, The Colors of Desire, which won a Carl Sandburg Literary Award, Angels for the Burning, and The Last Incantations.
For this special event, David Mura will be engaged in conversation by local authors Ed Bok Lee (Real Karaoke People and Whorled) and Shannon Gibney (See No Color and Dream Country).
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