An Evening with John Jeremiah Sullivan

Join us for a UC Clermont Scholarship Fundraising Event—hear the wisdom and wit of Guggenheim Grant-winning essayist John Jeremiah Sullivan, and support the future of Clermont College students.
John Jeremiah SullivanVIP Opening Reception: 6 p.m.
Clermont College Library
$50 to include Reading, Talk and signed copy of Pulphead

Reading and Talk: 7 p.m.
Krueger Auditorium
$5 General Admission

Book signing to follow

John Jeremiah Sullivan is a contributing writer for The New York Times Magazine and the southern editor of The Paris Review. He writes for GQ, Harper's Magazine, and Oxford American, and is the author of Blood Horses and Pulphead. Sullivan lives in Wilmington, North Carolina.

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An Evening with John Jeremiah Sullivan
Join us for a UC Clermont Scholarship Fundraising event - hear the wisdom and wit of Guggenheim Grant-winning essayist John Jeremiah Sullivan!
Wednesday, November 14, 2018 at 6:00 PM
 
Guest: 1 $5.00 ea.
Guest: 1 $50.00 ea.

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Dana Parker
Director of Development, UC Clermont
UC Foundation

Email Dana
or call 513-558-9964

Pulphead: Essays by John Jeremiah Sullivan

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