Writing and Risk: A Conversation with Laleh Khadivi and Michael David Lukas, University of San Francisco MFA in WritingSunday, April 29 | 3:15 PM - 4:30 PM
Hotel Shattuck Plaza - Boiler Room
- Writing & Publishing
To write is to take risks: with words, with voice, with subject matter. The process of writing something daring doesn’t end with publication—authors have to live with the consequences of taking these risks, personally and socially. Laleh Khadivi, author of “A Good Country,” and Michael David Lukas, author of “The Last Watchman of Old Cairo,” both faculty in USF’s MFA in Writing program, talk with writer and program director Beth Nguyen about risky writing and the questions writers never seem to get (or don’t get enough). They invite audience members to ask their own risky questions.
Sponsored by the University of San Francisco, MFA in Writing Program