Spring Quarter’s Thursday Food for Thought lineup is three weeks in, with topics ranging from theater, to journalism, to young adult dystopian. Here is a list of our recent speakers, with links to the featured or associated books discussed:
- Kim Gilnett and George Scranton shared about SPU’s stage production of Letters to Sala (a play by Arlene Hutton), based on the book Sala’s Gift: My Mother’s Holocaust Story by Ann Kirschner (call number DS135.P63 K55753 2006 at the SPU Library).
- The Falcon editors and Rick Jackson talked shop about SPU’s student newspaper.
- SPU Junior, Danielle Myers read from her new young adult dystopian novel, titled Haskell Assignment The Last Burning of New London.
If you haven’t yet made it out to the library’s Thursday Food for Thought program this quarter, join us next week May 2nd, for Rick Steele’s new book project, Ambassadors in Chains: Teaching Christian Prison Literature in a State Prison. Our final session will conclude on May 9th, with Drs. Les and Leslie Parrott reading from The Good Fight: how Conflict Can Bring You Closer. We look forward to seeing you there!