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Author Anne Lamott to open 2016-2017 Cultural Enhancement Series on Sept. 27

The 2016-2017 WKU Cultural Enhancement Series will open with a presentation by author Anne Lamott at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 27 at Van Meter Hall.

Anne Lamott will visit WKU on Sept. 27 as part of the Cultural Enhancement Series.

Author Anne Lamott will visit WKU on Sept. 27 as part of the 2016-2017 Cultural Enhancement Series.

Lamott is a best-selling novelist with works such as Hard Laughter, Blue Shoe, All New People, and many other titles gracing bookshelves around the world. She has also produced several notable books of nonfiction, such as her writing guide, Bird by Bird: Some Instructions on Writing and Life, which has been referenced in English classrooms around the country and WKU.

Books will be for sale in the lobby before and after the presentation. There will be a brief book signing also following the presentation.

Admission is free to the campus and public. No tickets are required, but seating will be offered on a first come, first served basis.

The Cultural Enhancement Series season continues with cellist and composer Ben Sollee on Oct. 20, National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore on Nov. 7, space archaeologist Sarah Parcak on Feb. 15, musical duo Black Violin on Feb. 21 and author David Sedaris on April 22.

For up to date information about current and upcoming seasons, follow the WKU Cultural Enhancement Series on Facebook and Twitter.

Contact: Cultural Enhancement Series at (270) 745-4375 or cultural.enhancement@wku.edu

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