Young Adult author Jill Wolfson will be visiting UC Santa Cruz on Friday, May 3rd, from 5-7pm in Kresge Seminar Room 159. She will be reading from her new book, Furious, which was released on April 16th. Wolfson's award-winning novels for young people also include What I Call Life; Home, and Other Big, Fat Lies; and Cold Hands, Warm Heart, all published by Henry Holt. After the reading, Wolfson will lead a writing workshop for people who are interested in writing Young Adult fiction. Refreshments will be provided and books will be sold at the event. This event is free and open to the public. If you have any questions, please email Claire Davidson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Praise for Furious:
"When a charismatic classmate unites three disenfranchised teens, they learn that their anger is an immense and terrifying power in this dark tale that gracefully weaves Greek myth with modern high school culture...For readers moving beyond Percy Jackson into the more complex realm of teen angst, this is an enthralling and chilling tale that uses Greek mythology to create a timely fable."
Friday, May 3rd, from 5-7pm in Kresge Seminar Room 159
Reading and Signing: 5-6pm
Workshop on How to Write Young Adult Fiction: 6-7pm
Kresge Seminar Room 159 is the building with the large windows located in Kresge Lower Street. On this map, it is the white building near parking lots 143 and 145.