F266. The Role of the Expatriate Writer in Times of Political Upheaval
Friday, March 9, 2018
3:00 pm to 4:15 pm
Connie May Fowler is the author of eight books, including the recent memoir A Million Fragile Bones. Her novel Before Women Had Wings won the Southern Book Critics Circle Award. She is on the faculty of the VCFA MFA writing program and directs the VCFA Novel Retreat and Yucatan Writing Conference.
Xu Xi is the author of twelve books, most recently the memoir Elegy for HK and the novel That Man in Our Lives. She has a forthcoming fiction work, Insignificance, and essay collection, This Fish is Fowl. She is the cofounder of Authors at Large and currently inhabits the flight path connecting New York and Hong Kong.
Donald Edem Quist is a writer and English lecturer living between Thailand and the USA. He is the author of the essay collection Harbors. He earned his MFA in writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts.