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UHV/ABR Reading Series

The American Book Review and the University of Houston-Victoria School of Arts & Sciences have joined to create the UHV/ABR Reading Series. The series features nationally recognized writers on extended visits to the Victoria campus. Scheduled events include a public reading and discussion of their recent work; purchase of signed editions of the author's works; author roundtable discussion with UHV faculty and students; week-long residency and individual class consulting for graduate and undergraduate students; podcasts of Reading Series lectures, as well as access to transcripts of Q&A with the ABR editors.

Each author's agenda will be tailored to best meet the needs of UHV students and faculty, as well as raise UHV's profile by providing face-to-face interaction with the same widely recognized artists and experts who write and edit the American Book Review. UHV/ABR Reading Series on-campus presentations and off-campus reading/receptions provide the community with unprecedented access to writers, editors, critics and academic experts in an intimate, truly personal environment.

Fall 2017

Lacy M. Johnson
Lacy M. Johnson

September 7

Kwame Dawes
Kwame Dawes

September 28

Ru Freeman
Ru Freeman

October 26

Frederick Luis Aldama
Frederick Luis Aldama

November 16

R. Clay Reynolds
R. Clay Reynolds

December 6

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