Connor Towne O'Neill | Down Along with That Devil's Bones
We are delighted to welcome Connor Towne O'Neill. He will appear in conversation with W. Ralph Eubanks to discuss his book Down Along with That Devil's Bones.
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Thursday, September 30th, 2021 at 7:00pm
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About the Author:
Connor Towne O'Neill's writing has appeared in New York magazine, Vulture, Slate, and elsewhere, and he works as a producer on the NPR podcast White Lies, a finalist for the 2020 Pulitzer Prize in Audio Reporting. He lives in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and teaches at Auburn University and with the Alabama Prison Arts + Education Project. Down Along with That Devil's Bones is his first book.
About the Conversational Partner:
W. Ralph Eubanks is the author of A Place Like Mississippi: A Journey Through A Real and Imagined Literary Landscape. He is also the author of two other works of nonfiction: Ever Is a Long Time: A Journey Into Mississippi’s Dark Past and The House at the End of the Road: The Story of Three Generations of an Interracial Family in the American South. A writer and essayist whose work focuses on race, identity, and the American South, his writing has been published in the Hedgehog Review, Vanity Fair, The American Scholar, The Georgia Review, and The New Yorker.
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