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Reading: Rick Moody

Monday, February 24, 2014; 7:30pm - 8:30pm

Campus Location: Communications, Auditorium(101)
Cost: Free and Open to the Public

Rick Moody was born in New York City. He attended Brown and Columbia universities. His first novel, Garden State, was the winner of the 1991 Editor’s Choice Award from the Pushcart Press and was published in 1992. The Ice Storm was published in May 1994 by Little, Brown and Company. Foreign editions have been published in twenty countries. (A film version, directed by Ang Lee, was released by Fox Searchlight in 1997, and won best screenplay at the Cannes Film Festival.) A collection of short fiction, The Ring of Brightest Angels Around Heaven was also published by Little, Brown in August 1995. The title story was the winner of the 1994 Aga Khan Award from The Paris Review. Moody’s third novel, Purple America, was published in April 1997. Foreign editions have appeared widely. An anthology, edited with Darcey Steinke, Joyful Noise: The New Testament Revisited, also appeared in November 1997. In 1998, Moody received the Addison Metcalf Award from the American Academy of Arts and Letters. In 2000, he received a Guggenheim fellowship... For more information, please visit Moody's website here.

More Information

The appearance of Rick Moody is made possible by Atlantic Center for the Arts Master Artists in-Residence Program. Rick Moody is a Pabst Endowed Chair for Master Writers. To learn more, please visit www.atlanticcenterforthearts.org

Website for Rick Moody: http://www.rickmoodybooks.com/

Contact Terry Thaxton (terry.thaxton@ucf.edu) or Nick Conroy (nconroy@atlanticcenterforthearts.org) for more information.

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