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Reading, Book Signing Planned for Professor’s Acclaimed First Novel

April 14, 2014

In March, Lasell Graphic Design Professor Kenneth Calhoun released his first novel Black Moon, which has been met with praise from the likes of National Public Radio to Publisher's Weekly. On April 15, Lasell College will celebrate this success with a book reading and signing event at 12:30 pm in Yamawaki Auditorium.

Students, faculty and the community are invited to participate in the event, which runs from 12:30 to 1:30 pm, and enjoy a light lunch afterwards. Calhoun will give a reading, followed by a question and answer session. Students are invited to enter a raffle where three books will be given away as prizes.

Black Moon tells the story of a dystopia created when the population begins to suffer from insomnia. With citizens driven mad by lack of sleep, the world is in chaos. The story follows several sleepers as they navigate this strange new environment.

For more information about the novel, visit www.kennethcalhoun.com

 

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