Hollie Adams is the author of the novel Things You’ve Inherited from Your Mother (2015) and Deliver Me from Swedish Furniture, which was shortlisted for the bpNichol chapbook award in 2018. Adams earned an MA in English Literature and Creative Writing from the University of Windsor and a PhD in English from the University of Calgary with a specialization in Creative Writing. She joined the creative writing faculty in the UMaine English Department this fall, where in addition to leading workshops at the undergraduate and graduate level she teaches a range of classes in Canadian and American literature.
Adams will read from her recent work in the third event of the twentieth-anniversary season of the New Writing Series, which will be hosted by her fiction colleague Greg Howard. Q&A to follow. Free and open to the public.
Celebrating Twenty Years of Making It New on the flagship campus of the University of Maine!
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