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Novelist Julia Phillips to Give Reading Dec. 9

Julia Phillips is the debut author of the internationally bestselling novel “Disappearing Earth,” which was a finalist for the National Book Award. A Fulbright fellow, essayist and short fiction writer, Julia has written for The New York Times, The Atlantic and The Paris Review. She teaches at the Randolph College MFA program and is the founder of the online event series Lit Mixer.
 
The event begins at 7 p.m. and is free and open to vaccinated members of the public with advance registration by emailing mcervas@westminster-school.org with the number of people attending. Reservations may be made until the day before the event.
 
This event will be held in the Gund Reading Room of the school’s Armour Academic Center. Ample parking is available in the parking lot adjacent to Armour.
 
The Michael Cervas Visiting Writers Program, which includes the Friday Nights at Westminster series, is supported by generous gifts from the Ford-Goldfarb English Department Enrichment Fund, the McKinley Fund, the Connell Music Fund, and the Friday Nights at Westminster Fund.
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