In his new book of non-fiction, Solitude: A Singular Life in a Crowded World, Governor General’s Award-winner, Michael Harris, MFA, explores the profound emotional and intellectual benefits of being alone. He examines why our experience of solitude has become so impoverished and guides readers away from a life of ceaseless pings toward a balanced media diet. Please join Harris and Creative Writing instructor, Maureen Medved, for a brief reading, conversation, Q&A, and reception.
Thursday, May 11, 2017
Robert H. Lee Alumni Centre, UBC
$10 admission with the exception of Class of 2016
More details at the Alumni Website.