Springfield: Benedictine University at Springfield will host its first annual MLK, Jr. Unity Walk
January 17, 2014
SPRINGFIELD, IL—Quiddity at Benedictine University at Springfield, in collaboration with the Chiara Center, will present author Tom Montgomery Fate on Friday, October 16 at 7:00PM. The presentation and discussion called “Amid Modernity and Nature: A More Deliberate Life,” will be held at Bonaventure Hall at the Chiara Center (4875 LaVerna Road, Springfield), and includes a Q&A with the author as well as a book signing. This event will also serve as the premier of Quiddity Issue 6.2, which will be available for purchase.
“Amid Modernity and Nature: A More Deliberate Life” is free and open to the public.
Tom Montgomery Fate is the author of five books, including Cabin Fever. His essays have appeared in many journals, including The Chicago Tribune and The Boston Globe. A graduate of the Nonfiction Writing Program at the University of Iowa and of Chicago Theological Seminary, he is currently a professor of English at College of DuPage.
Quiddity is a multimedia arts venue featuring an international literary journal (print and audio), a public-radio program, and a visiting writer and artist series. Each is produced by Benedictine University at Springfield in partnership with NPR member/PRI affiliate WUIS, Illinois Public Radio’s hub-station.
For about this event, contact Managing Editor Jim Warner at (217)-525-1420, ext. 3572 or via email: email@example.com. For more information about Quiddity, visit http://quiddity.ben.edu.