“Richmond Noir” reading Thursday

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March 29, 2010

11:18 AM

Authors will reflect on the past of the Virginia state capital in a reading of “Richmond Noir” this Thursday in Tyler Hall. The text is a blend of past and present that seeks to understand the true depth of morality in the city.

Five of the fifteen authors of the work will read from “Richmond Noir” at 7 p.m. in room 201 of Tyler Hall. Following the reading, former writers-in-residence and editors of the book Tom DeHaven and David L. Robbins will be joined by Hermine Pinson, English professor at the College, alumna Meagan Saunders ’09 and Clay McLeod Chapman at an honorary wine and cheese reception presented by the College’s Patrick Hayes Writer’s Series.

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