‘The New Yorker’ journalist Calvin Trillin to share writing expertise at UCI
Calvin Trillin, author of celebrated books on topics as varied as family life, restaurants and crime, will share his decades of experience in writing and journalism as part of the UCI Pereira Distinguished Lecture Series. From the food markets of Singapore to the bedroom communities of Long Island, Calvin Trillin has chronicled the delicious, the humorous, the domestic and the tragic with precision and a distinct voice. Trillin is a staff writer for The New Yorker.
DATE: Wednesday, April 30, 2008
TIME: 7 p.m. Book signing and reception immediately follow lecture.
LOCATION: Crystal Cove Auditorium, UCI Student Center (Bldg. 113 on campus map)
The Pereira Distinguished Lecture is part of a series that annually brings a prominent writer to campus to give a public lecture and teach master classes for UCI’s literary journalism students. The series is funded by Susan and William Pereira.
UCI’s Literary Journalism Program was created to meet the needs of a growing number of students who wish to read, study and write nonfiction prose that adopts techniques of fiction. Directed by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author Barry Siegel, the program provides students with a foundation in nonfiction-feature writing as well as literary history. The Literary Journalism Program is housed in the Department of English in UCI’s School of Humanities.
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