Writers have to imagine themselves in other people's lives when they're building characters. But what does it take to be an American writer imagining the lives of Korean war victims and Argentine women during a revolution? We talk to playwright Lavonne Mueller about creating story lines, and what she's currently working on during her fellowship at the Black Mountain Institute.
She will be speaking with fellow authors Judith Nies and Timothy O'Grady on Thursday, April 29, at 7 p.m. at UNLV's Barrick Museum Auditorium.
Lavonne Mueller, Playwright and International Women's Forum Fellow, Black Mountain Institute
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