Feb. 26: The University of Illinois, Champagne/Urbana, Illinois
March 5-6: The National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Williston, VT
March 19: MassArt, Boston, MA
March 23: "In Celebration of Writers", Poets & Writers, New York, NY
March 24: The Writers' Studio, New York, New York.
April 13: "Spring Literary Festival", Western Carolina University, Cullowhee, NC
April 21: Community College of Baltimore, Baltimore, MD
April 24-25: The Newburyport Literary Festival, Newburyport, MA
June 6-7: Berkeley Book Festival, Berkeley, CA
June 8-12: The Lighthouse Writers' Conference, Denver, CO
June 12-16: Kachemak Bay Writers' Conference, Homer, Alaska
June 18: The Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, MA
June 21-26: Aspen Writers' Institute, Aspen, CO
July 16: The Pacific Northwest Writers' Conference, Seattle, WA
July 18: "40th Anniversary of the Pushcart Prize", East Hampton, NY
July 22: "Great Books 2015", Amherst College, Amherst, MA
Aug. 10-16: Vermont College of Fine Arts, Post-grad Writers Conference, Montpelier, VT
Sept. 9-13, Festivaletteratura, Mantova, Italy
Sept. 20: Brooklyn Book Festival, Brooklyn, NY
Oct. 15: Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia
Oct. 23-25: The Corpus Christi Literary Reading Series, Corpus Christi, TX
November 7: "The Second Step", a Domestic Violence Survivor Fundraiser, Boston, MA
Nov. 11-12: Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, PA
Andre is looking forward to teaching in beautiful Aspen this June at the Aspen Writers' Institute. The deadline to apply for a workshop is February 27. For more information visit: http://www.aspenwords.org
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For keynotes, lectures, signings, and more, please contact Andre’s speakers bureau:
The American Program Bureau
313 Washington Street, Suite 225
Newton, MA 02485
Visit APB's contact page to request availability
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