Chicago Book Reading with Faculty Member Brian Rogers
Webb faculty member Brian Rogers will be reading from his novel, The Whole of the Moon, on Sunday, September 17, at 57th Street Books in Chicago. All members of the Webb community are invited to attend. The event begins at 3:00 p.m. and is free and open to the public.
Brian is in his seventh year as a faculty member at the Webb Schools. He currently teaches the American Idea to sophomores as part of the American Studies curriculum and Existentialism and the Human Condition to juniors and seniors. In the spring he will be teaching Creative Writing as well. He received his BA in English from the University of the Pacific, where he also did significant coursework in Political Science, and his MA in Creative Writing from San Francisco State University.
57th Street Books 1301 E 57th St. Chicago, IL 60637
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