Tuesday, 21 April 2009 00:00
BookBalloon is pleased to host author Michael Malone for a Q&A session May 4-6. Bring him your questions and comments in the Forum. Registration is free.
One of the best-loved voices of the new American South, Michael Malone is the author of ten internationally acclaimed novels, including the classic Handling Sin, Uncivil Seasons, The Last Noel, and the New York Times bestseller The Killing Club.
His new novel, The Four Corners of the Sky, has just been released.
He is currently at work on Dark Winter, a sequel to his “Hillston” series of novels.
He has also written plays, television programs, a collection of short stories titled, Red Clay, Blue Cadillac: Stories of 12 Southern Women, and two books of non-fiction, one on film, one on Jungian typology, as well as innumerable essays for such magazines and journals as Harper’s, the New York Times, Playboy, Partisan Review and the Wilson Quarterly. He is currently developing a musical of The Maltese Falcon.
Among his prizes are the O Henry, the Edgar, the Writers Guild Award and an Emmy as head writer of ABC's "One Life to Live." He has taught at Yale, the University of Pennsylvania and Swarthmore and is now a professor in the Theater Studies Department at Duke University, where his wife Maureen Quilligan is the R. Florence Brinkley Chair in English.
They live in Hillsborough, N.C.
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