April 20, 10am, Mt. Olympus
The Arcadia English Department is delighted to announce that acclaimed ﬁction writer Edward Falco will be giving an online reading for our Titan students inside Mt. Olympus. Mr. Falco, who teaches in the MFA Program for Creative Writing at Virginia Tech University, is the author of several novels, including Winter in Florida (1990), A Dream With Demons (1997), Wolf Point (2005), and Saint John of the Five Boroughs (2009). He is also the author of The Family Corleone (2012), which was developed from a screenplay by Mario Puzo, and the historical crime novel Toughs (2014), which, according to Publisher's Weekly "adeptly captures the dichotomy of the times-from the ruthlessness of life in the Bronx to the glittering revues of The Cotton Club." Mr. Falco's short stories have appeared in countless publications, as well, including The Atlantic Monthly, Playboy, and TriQuarterly. They have also been anthologized in The Best American Short Stories and The Pushcart Prize. Needless to say, we are honored to welcome Mr. Falco onto our campus for this important literary event.
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