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“The Hours” & “Day” — A Video Chat with Pulitzer Prize Recipient Michael Cunningham

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MICHAEL CUNNINGHAM is an author and screenwriter. He has written eight novels, two screenplays, and a collection of short stories and non-fiction pieces. Cunningham is most well known for his 1998 novel, “The Hours,” which won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction and was later adapted into a movie starring Meryl Streep, Julianne Moore and Nicole Kidman.

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Author, Playwright Nicholas Griffin and “Dangerous Days”

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NICHOLAS GRIFFIN is a journalist and author of four novels and three works of nonfiction. His writing has appeared in The Times (London), the Financial Times, and Foreign Policy, among other publications.

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Edgar Recipient Christina Lane Documents Forgotten Women of the Film Industry

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DR. CHRISTINA LANE is an Edgar® Award-winning author, and educator. Her book, “Phantom Lady: Hollywood Producer Joan Harrison, The Forgotten Woman Behind Hitchcock” is a biography of Joan Harrison who was one of Alfred Hitchcock’s closest collaborators.

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Best Selling Author Dani Shapiro

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DANI SHAPIRO  is the author of eleven books, and the host and creator of the hit podcast Family Secrets. Her most recent novel, “Signal Fires,” was named a best book of 2022 by NPR, Time Magazine, Washington Post, Amazon, and others, and is a national bestseller.

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David Park: Activist, Author, and Educator

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DAVID PARK PhD is an author, musician, and educator.  Park’s research interests include critical political economy of communication, new media technologies, media and democracy, environmental sustainability, consumerism, and international communication.

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