Samuel Delany Reads from his Recent Fiction–March 16, 2:30 p.m.

Samuel Delany Reads from his Recent Fiction March 16, 2:30 p.m. Samuel Delany is a prolific writer of fiction, non-fiction and criticism. Best known for his well-received and widely read works of science fiction, which he has been publishing since the 1960s, Delany’s scholarly interests range from the Oxford Aesthetic Movement, literary theory, literary modernism, literature of the Harlem Renaissance, and Willa Cather, to teaching creative writing. The recipient of two Hugo Awards and four Nebula Awards, the Kessler Award for Lesbian and Gay Scholarship, and the William Whitehead Memorial Award, Delany is also a member of the Science Fiction Hall of Fame. Currently, Delany teaches creative writing and is the director of the Graduate Creative Writing Program here at Temple. On March 16th this accomplished scholar and artist speaks at Paley Library.

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