Voices: Celebrating the Beauty & Diversity of America's Literary Landscape: Beth Ann Fennelly & Nancy Krygowski

All Pitt campuses are welcome to participate in Pitt-Greensburg's new reading series, Voices: Celebrating the Beauty and Diversity of America's Literary Landscape.

This free virtual event will feature a group of accomplished authors and poets from diverse backgrounds that celebrate the richness of human lives and stories. Pitt-Greensburg student-writers will join these award-winning authors in sharing their work, too.

This event is funded in part by Pitt's Year of Engagement, as well as the Pitt-Greensburg Academic Village, Office of Student Life, and Student Government Association. 

March 25 features readings and discussion with Beth Ann Fennelly, Mississippi Poet Laureate; Bill Boyle, international award-winning crime writer; Nancy Krygowski, poet; and Deesha Philyaw, a National Book Award finalist.

Please register in advance at http://bit.ly/2021VoicesRegistration to receive a confirmation email containing the information needed to join the Zoom meeting.