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Next Stage Speaks: Author Victoria Redel

Date & Time: 
Sep 22 2017 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Next Stage Arts presents author Victoria Redel
as part of its ongoing literary series, Next Stage Speaks, on Friday, September
22, at 7:00 PM.

Victoria Redel is the author of three books of
poetry and five books of fiction. Her new novel, “Before Everything,” released
with Viking Penguin in June 2017, has been termed “Gorgeous, a heartbreaker, a
non-stop dazzler, a major achievement. Thank you, Victoria Redel.” by Michael
Cunningham, Pulitzer Prize winning author of “The Hours.”

Her novel, “The Border of Truth” (Counterpoint 2007),
weaves the situation of refugees and a daughter’s awakening to the history and
secrets of her father’s survival and loss. It was a Barnes and Noble Great New
Writers Discovery Selection. “Loverboy” (2001, Graywolf /2002, Harcourt), was
awarded the 2001 S. Mariella Gable Novel Award and the 2002 Forward Silver
Literary Fiction Prize and was chosen in 2001 as a Los Angeles Times Best Book.
“Loverboy” was adapted for a feature film directed by Kevin Bacon. Swoon (2003,
University of Chicago Press), was a finalist for the James Laughlin Award. Her
work has been widely anthologized and translated. Redel’s fiction, poetry and
essays have appeared in numerous magazines and journals including Granta.com, Harvard Review, The Quarterly, The Literarian, New York Times, L.A.
Times, O the Oprah magazine, Elle, Bomb, More, and NOON
. Redel is on the graduate and undergraduate
faculty of Sarah Lawrence College. She has taught in the Graduate Writing
Programs of Columbia University and Vermont College. Redel was the McGee Professor
at Davidson College. She has received fellowships from The Guggenheim
Foundation, The National Endowment for the Arts, and the Fine Arts Work Center.

Victoria Redel was born in New York. She
is a first generation American of Belgian, Rumanian, Egyptian and Russian and
Polish descent. She attended Dartmouth College (BA) and Columbia University

Stage Speaks
is hosted by poet
Chard DeNiord. He is the Vermont Poet Laureate and is the author of numerous
books of poems, and a book of interviews with seven senior American poets. A
co-founder of the New England College MFA Program in Poetry, he works as a
Professor of English at Providence College and lives Westminster West.

 $10 suggested donation at the door


Next Stage Arts
15 Kimball Hill
Putney, VT
United States
42° 58' 31.2996" N, 72° 31' 22.0296" W
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