SONOMA STATE UNIVERSITY
University Affairs Office
1801 E. Cotati Avenue
Rohnert Park, CA 94928-3609
April 2, 2004
Contact: Marcia Harrigan, SSU Bookstore, (707) 664-2259
Bookstore Begins Campus Author Readings on April 13SSU faculty will present their written works in a series of lectures and author readings from April 13-29 in the campus bookstore..
"This is a chance to meet our campus authors and talk with them directly about their work. The authors are as varied as the works themselves," says Marcia Harrigan of the bookstore.
The series features readings on media censorship for well-informed citizens; the Beat Generation and the man who fashioned it, Allen Ginsberg; the mystery of archaeological techniques; how to energize your intimate relationships through the use of tarot cards; the lives of an eclectic group of rural Californians; the art of Puvis de Chavannes at the turn of the 19th century; realize the power of memory in shaping our culture; how the unfolding of consciousness creates the beauty of knowledge; compare the impact of daily life of different cultures vis-à-vis the nature of globalization; children’s literature takes the stage to introduce Latin American culture to those who only speak English; follow Jeremiah St. John as he leads readers out of danger into the light of justice; and ready yourself to go deep within for your own voice in writing.
For more information and a schedule of dates and times, visit the SSU Bookstore home page at http://bookstore.sonoma.edu or phone (707) 664-2259.
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