BACHE Visiting Writers, 2015-2016

We are excited to announce our writers for the 2015-2016 BACHE Writers’ Series! All three writers will visiting during the Spring 2016 semester.  Mark your calendars for the following readings.  We look forward to seeing you at one of these events.

ANN PANCAKE

Monday, February 22 at Samford, 7:00pm, the Howard Room of the University Center

Tuesday, February 23 at BSC, 11:00am, Norton Theatre

Tuesday, February 23 at Montevallo, 3:30pm, Comer Hall Room 202

Wednesday, February 24 at Miles, 10:00am, Pearson 203

Wednesday, February 24 at UAB, 6:00pm, Hulsey Recital Hall

MAJOR JACKSON

Monday, March 14 at Samford, 7:00pm, the Howard Room of the University Center

Tuesday, March 15 at BSC, 11:00am, Norton Theatre

Tuesday, March 15 at Montevallo, 3:30pm, Comer Hall Room 202

Wednesday, March 16 at Miles, 10:00am, Pearson 203

Wednesday, March 16 at UAB, 6:00pm, Hulsey Recital Hall

DONALD RAY POLLOCK

Monday, April 11 at Samford, 7:00pm, the Howard Room of the University Center

Tuesday, April 12 at BSC, 10:00am, Norton Theatre

Tuesday, April 12 at Montevallo, 3:30pm, Comer Hall Room 202

Wednesday, April 13 at Miles, 10:00am, Pearson 203

Wednesday, April 13 at UAB, 6:00pm, Hulsey Recital Hall

 

About the BACHE Visiting Writers’ Series
The Visiting Writers’ Series is one of the cornerstones of BACHE, a partnership among the five four-year colleges and universities in the greater Birmingham, Alabama, area. Each academic year, the BACHE VWS invites three esteemed authors to each of the five campuses as an opportunity for students, faculty, staff, and the community to engage with poets and prose writers of national acclaim. More details here.

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