EM's play Magellanica: A New and Accurate Map of the World will have a reading on October 17, 2013 at 7:30pm as part of the NJ Literary Artists Fellowship Showcase.
The reading will take place at
in the Chase Room
of the Madison Public Library
39 Keep Street
Madison, NJ 07940
Click here for directions
There is a suggested donation of $10. All tickets will be available at the door on the evening of the readings. No advanced ticket sales.
I loved the book part of science in high school and college, but loathed the laboratory part. I never quite understood what we were supposed to be doing in the lab, and was always afraid that we were going to set ourselves on fire while we were doing it. Luckily, I had good handwriting, so I mostly wrote up the lab reports while my lab partner tended our bunsen burner. As an adult, I have returned to science -- the book part of science, reading about scientific discoveries and the people who are making them. Like artists and writers, scientists are asking the big questions about what the world is all about, and what our place is in its beautiful complexity.
Around the world. Because as fascinating as I find the universe at large, it is finally the human heart I'm most interested in exploring. And I love meeting people, in all their marvelous, frustrating, fascinating diversity. And we have such a beautiful world, and I've seen so little of it!
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You can also find additional information on our website about the Literary Artist Fellowship program.