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Director of Literature & Language Programs:
Mary Emily Vatt
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French patriots fight Nazi occupation in Alan Furst’s new spy thriller
by Chris Scott
May 31, 2016 Alan Furst’s new novel, A Hero of France, portrays the dangers faced by the brave souls who elected to fight the Nazi occupation of France from the inside, where enemies were many and friends could not always be trusted. Furst will appear at Parnassus Books in Nashville on June 6, 2016, at 6:30 p.m.
Published Tuesday, 31 May 2016
Novelist Amy Greene reflects on James Agee’s effort in A Death in the Family to tell something true in fiction
by Amy Greene
May 27, 2016 In the third of a ten-essay series commemorating the centennial year of the Pulitzer Prizes, novelist Amy Greene reflects on the lasting legacy of James Agee’s A Death in the Family, which won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1958, three years after Agee’s own death.
Published Friday, 27 May 2016
“Hey, God?” “Yes, Charles?”
"Hey, God? Yes, Charles. is a rare narrative of the beauty of life and the endlessness of love, all told from the perspective of intimate, humorous and poignant conversations between Charles Cooper and God."
--From the publisher