A Reading and Conversation with Marlon James

Part of The Distinguished Writers Series

7 November 2017
West Building – Faculty Dining Room
Hunter College, CUNY

Marlon James is the author of three novels, including the 2015 Man Brooker Prize winning A Brief History of Seven Killings. Born in Jamaica, James lives and teaches in Minneapolis, where they established “Marlon James Day” to honor his literary success. The Guardian called his second book, The Book of Night Women, “easily one of the best Jamaican novels ever written.”

This event is free and open to the public but reservations are required.
To RSVP email spevents@hunter.cuny.edu or call 212-772-4007.

Above image and text adapted from webpage.