Warren Wilson College; Gladfelter Student Center, Canon Lounge (handicapped accessible)
Reception and music: 3pm; Lecture: 4pm
Free and open to the public.
Mc writes of himself that for twenty-five years he has “collected and studied the human voice in order to better represent the many spellbinding qualities in its unique tonal beauty.”
The title of Mc’s Harwood-Cole presentation is:
Song and Call: A Storyteller Contemplates the Human Voice
About Kevin “Mc” McIlvoy
Mc’s published words include Hyssop, A Waltz, The Fifth Station, Little Peg, and the short story collection, The Complete History of New Mexico.
He recently served as interim Directory of the MFA Program in Creative Writing at Warren Wilson College, in which he’s taught for over 21 years. He is retired from New Mexico State University where he was Regents Professor and editor in chief of the national literary magazine, Puerto del Sol.
He received an NEA fellowship and the Governor’s Award for Artistic Achievement in New Mexico. He makes his home in Asheville with the writer Christine Hale. Mc offers writing workshops and mentoring opportunities in Asheville. For information, visit his website at mcthebookmechanic.com
Information for this announcement was provided by Friends of the Pew Learning Center and Ellison Library, Warren Wilson College