The Secret History of Vladimir Nabokov, with guest speaker Andrea Pitzer
Location: Reinsch Library, Gomatos Information Literacy Room
Independent scholar Andrea Pitzer will be speaking to Professor Sarah Trembath's short fiction class on the international research process for her recent book, The Secret History of Vladimir Nabokov (Pegasus, 2013).
Andrea Pitzer's writing has appeared in print and online in various publications, including USA Today, Slate, and Poet Lore. She founded Nieman Storyboard, the narrative nonfiction site for the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University. A graduate of Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service, Pitzer presented on the fiction of Vladimir Nabokov at the 2009 Modern Language Association conference in Philadelphia. She has spoken on writing at the Smithsonian Associates and the Association of Writers and Writing Programs Conference. Also an artist, she has shown oil paintings in juried exhibitions from Rhode Island to Louisiana, and her work is held in private collections around the United States.
Everyone in the Marymount community and your guests are welcome. The Department of Literature and Language in the School of Arts and Sciences is sponsoring this event. RSVP to Dr. Marguerite Rippy at firstname.lastname@example.org.