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Campus Programming Committee

October 26, 2017

Lake Forest Reads: Ragdale 2017

7:00pm
Calvin Durand Hall

In partnership with Lake Forest College, Lake Forest Library, the Ragdale Foundation, Friends of Lake Forest Library, and Lake Forest Book Store.

Part of the city-wide reading program “Lake Forest Reads: Ragdale 2017,” please join as author Ruth Ozeki talks about the Lake Forest Reads: Ragdale 2017 book selection A Tale for the Time Being in conversation with Associated Dean of the Faculty and Professor of English Davis Schneiderman.

RUTH OZEKI IS A NOVELIST, FILMMAKER, AND ZEN BUDDHIST PRIEST.

Her first two novels, My Year of Meats (1998) and All Over Creation (2003), have been translated into 11 languages and published in 14 countries.

Her most recent novel, A Tale for the Time-Being (2013), won the LA Times Book Prize, was shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize and the National Book Critic’s Circle Award, and has been published in over thirty countries.

Her work of personal non-fiction, The Face: A Time Code (2016), was published by Restless Books as part of their groundbreaking series called The Face.

Ruth’s documentary and dramatic independent films, including Halving the Bones, have been shown on PBS, at the Sundance Film Festival, and at colleges and universities across the country.

A longtime Buddhist practitioner, Ruth was ordained in 2010 and is affiliated with the Brooklyn Zen Center and the Everyday Zen Foundation.

She lives in British Columbia and New York City, and is currently the Elizabeth Drew Professor of Creative Writing at Smith College.

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