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Writing Wrongs, Righting Wrongs

 

ne near 17th St | New York City

With Lemon Andersen, Michele Carlo, Tayari Jones, Jacqueline Jones LaMon, Adrian Nicole LeBlanc, Rachel McKibbens, Tony Medina, Kyung-sook Shin, and others.

Presented in partnership with Friends of the High Line and the Westbeth Center for the Arts

LISTEN | Download the mp3
 

CLIPS: Tayari Jones | Lemon Anderson Q&A | Jacqueline Jones LaMon Q&A |
Rachel McKibbens | Tony Medina Q&A | Michele Carlo

 PHOTO GALLERY | View the photo gallery on Flickr  

Two sets of on-stage conversations between authors who integrate key themes of coming-of-age:

Missing Persons: Authors consider missing men, women, children, telling stories of individual lives—and of societies—gone awry.

Fend for Yourself: Authors explore the hard truths of coming of age, with stories of resilience, independent thinking, and self-knowledge.

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