Literature Program
 

Thursday, February 26, 2004

Co-sponsored/co-presented by:
The University at Buffalo, Department of English

EXHIBIT X

Presented at:
Hallwalls

UB English Department presents
Exhibit X
A Series of Readings in New Fiction at Hallwalls

Hallwalls is once again pleased to partner with the UB English Department in hosting this continuing series, with writers selected by fiction writer and UB English Professor Christina Milletti. Exhibit X carries forward Hallwalls' tradition of showcasing innovative prose and experimental narrative. The series title is a phrase from Alain Robbe-Grillet's influential essay "A Future for the Novel."

Thursday, February 26: Mary Caponegro
7:00 P.M. • FREE

Mary Caponegro is an experimental fiction writer whose collections include Tales from the Next Village, The Star Cafe, Five Doubts, and The Complexities of Intimacy. Her stories appear regularly in Conjunctions and in other periodicals. She was awarded the Rome Prize in Literature in 1992, and is also the recipient of The General Electric Award for Younger Writers, the Bruno Arcudi Prize, and the Charles Flint Kellog Award in Arts and Letters. She has taught at Brown University, RISD, the Institute of American Indian Arts, Hobart & William Smith Colleges, and Syracuse University. She is the Richard B. Fisher Family Professor of Writing and Literature at Bard College.