Benefit for Hunger Reading, Nov. 15

The Creative Writing Program's annual Benefit for Hunger Reading will be held Tuesday, November 15, 7 pm in Coffman Theatre. This reading is hosted by Edelstein-Keller Professor of Creative Writing Charles Baxter, who will join faculty authors Julie Schumacher, Peter Campion, Maria Damon and Ray Gonzalez in reading their work for charity. The undergraduate winner of the "Benefit for Hunger Prize for Writing" will also read. The contest was judged by Charles Baxter. All proceeds benefit Second Harvest Heartland, the upper Midwest's largest food relief organization. The reading is free, with a suggested donation of $5 at the door; donations given to Second Harvest. Last year, we raised over $1500 for hunger relief. This reading will also mark new Assistant Professor Peter Campion's Twin Cities reading debut, so don't miss it!

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