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AIR DATE: March 8, 2010

"Rural Finland may not seem like a very likely locale for a gripping intellectual thriller," writes one literary critic, but Maile Chapman certainly makes it so. The UNLV writing fellow joins us to talk about her debut novel (about women locked in a sanatorium), why it took her 10 years to write, and how she's getting Vegas doctors to write about their own work. Join us for a special look into the life of a novelist.

Maile Chapman will be speaking with UNLV writing fellow, Vu Tran, on Thursday, April 15 at 7 p.m. at UNLV's Barrick Museum Auditorium. This is a Black Mountain Institute event, in partnership with UNLV's Department of English.

Guest:
Maile Chapman, Schaeffer Fellow in Fiction, UNLV

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