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Literati is pleased to welcome Christine Sneed and Grace Tiffany, reading from their latest work.
Christine Sneed is the author, most recently, of The Virginity of Famous Men. Her story collection Portraits of a Few of the People I've Made Cry won the Grace Paley Prize, Ploughshares’ John C. Zacharis Prize, and was a Los Angeles Times Book Prize finalist. Her debut novel Little Known Facts won the Society of Midland Authors award for best adult fiction and was named a top ten debut novel of 2013 by Booklist. Her latest novel is Paris, He Said. Sneed teaches at Northwestern University and DePaul University and lives in Evanston, Illinois.
Grace Tiffany is the author of six historical novels set in the Renaissance or Middle Ages, including Will (Berkley 2004), My Father Had a Daughter (Berkley 2003), Ariel (HarperCollins 2005), The Turquoise Ring (Berkley 2005), Paint (Bagwyn Books 2013), and Gunpowder Percy (ACMRS 2016). A Shakespeare scholar and editor, a professor of English at Western Michigan University, and the author of two nonfiction works on Renaissance literature and culture, Grace Tiffany uses fiction as an additional medium for exploring the early modern world