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Postings for March 02, 2013 Full Month View

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10:00AM 12:00PM Tree and Shrub Pruning Seminar at Hamilton College FREE Kennedy Auditorium in the Taylor Science Center at Hamilton College
11:00AM 12:00PM Hamilton College: Reading by Ishion Hutchinson Poet Ishion Hutchinson was born in Port Antonio, Jamaica. His first collection, Far District, won the PEN/Joyce Osterweil Award. His poetry and essays have appeared in such publications as Attica, Caribbean Review of Books and LA Review. He is an assistant professor of English at Cornell University and a Pirogue Fellow.rnrnwww.hamilton.edu/creativewritingrnrnFREErnrnTaylor Science Center Atrium, Hamilton College
2:00PM 3:30PM Hamilton College: Favorite International Writers A discussion with novelist Kamila Shamsie '94 and poet Ishion Hutchinson about their favorite international writers. Ishion Hutchinson was born in Port Antonio, Jamaica. His first collection, Far District, won the PEN/Joyce Osterweil Award. His poetry and essays have appeared in such publications as Attica, Caribbean Review of Books and LA Review. He is an assistant professor of English at Cornell University and a Pirogue Fellow. Hamilton alumna Kamila Shamsie is the author of five novels. Her first, In the City by the Sea, was published in 1998 and shortlisted for the John Llewelyn Rhys/Mail on Sunday Prize. In 1999 she received the Award for Literature in Pakistan. Her most recent novel, Burnt Shadows, was shortlisted for Orange Prize for Fiction 2009 and has been translated into 20 languages. Shamsie grew up in Karachi, studied and taught at Hamilton College, and now lives in London. www.hamilton.edu/creativewriting FREE Hamilton College Taylor Science Center, Room G041
4:00PM 5:00PM Hamilton College Reading: Novelist Kamila Shamsie Hamilton alumna Kamila Shamsie is the author of five novels. Her first, "In the City by the Sea," was published in 1998 and shortlisted for the John Llewelyn Rhys/Mail on Sunday Prize. In 1999 she received the Award for Literature in Pakistan. Her most recent novel, "Burnt Shadows," was shortlisted for Orange Prize for Fiction 2009 and has been translated into 20 languages. Shamsie grew up in Karachi, studied and taught at Hamilton College, and now lives in London.rnrnwww.hamilton.edu/creativewritingrnrnFREErnrnWellin Atrium in the Taylor Science Center at Hamilton College


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