Thursday, January 16th (7:30 p.m.): A reading with local writer and CSU lecturer, Carroll Taylor, author of the novel Chinaberry Summer.
Tuesday, January 21st (7:00 p.m.): Created Equal Initiative Film Series screening of The Abolitionists. The Liberty Theatre, 813 8th Ave. Co-sponsored with CSU History and Geography Department.
Monday, February 3rd—An Afternoon with Poet Andrew Hudgins. Talk at 4 p.m. at the Carson McCullers Center. Reading at 7:30 p.m. at CSU’s CCT Auditorium.
Thursday, February 13th (7:30 p.m.): CSU Student Reading and Recital Series.
Tuesday, February 18th (7:00 p.m.): Created Equal Initiative Film Series screening of Slavery By Another Name. The Columbus Public Library, 3000 Macon Rd. Co-sponsored with CSU History and Geography Department.
*Unless otherwise noted, events are held at the Carson McCullers Center and free and open to the public.
The Carson McCullers Center for Writers and Musicians is dedicated to preserving the legacy of Carson McCullers; to nurturing American writers and musicians; to educating young people; and to fostering the literary and musical life of Columbus, the State of Georgia, and the American South.
To that end, the Center operates a museum in McCullers' childhood home in Columbus, Georgia, presents extensive educational and cultural programs for the community, maintains an ever-growing archive of materials related to the life and work of McCullers, and offers fellowships for writers and composers who live for periods of time in the Smith-McCullers home in Columbus.
The Center is very pleased to co-sponsor a spring film series about the American Civil Rights Movement as part of the CSU History and Geography Department's Created Equal Initiative.
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