Janet L. McCoy


AUBURN -- Authors Wayne Greenhaw, Bob Sanders and Sena Jeter Naslund will be speaking at Auburn University's Center for the Arts and Humanities in November and December.

Greenhaw, one of Alabama's best-known writers, will speak on Monday, Nov. 29; Sanders, the familiar voice of radio station WAUD in Auburn since 1955, will speak on Monday, Dec. 6; and Naslund, a professor at the University of Louisville, will speak on Tuesday, Dec. 14.

All three author-led readings and discussions will be at 4 p.m. at Pebble Hill, the historic home that houses the Center for the Arts and Humanities.

Greenhaw, a former journalist and ex-director of the Alabama Department of Tourism and Travel, will read from his new novel Beyond the Night.

Sanders will read from his book, Friends, Family and Frontier Country: Growing Up in West Alabama. The book is a collection of columns Sanders wrote that relate stories of growing up in the 1930s and 1940s in Lamar County.

Naslund, founding editor of The Louisville Review and the Distinguished Teaching Professor at the University of Louisville, will read from her best-selling new book, Ahab's Wife.

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