The beloved Booker Prize-winning author shares her observations and witty commentary on literature, social activism, technology and art, and the artist’s role in society.
When: Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2013, 8 p.m.
Where: UCSB Campbell Hall, 574 Mesa Rd., Santa Barbara
Cost: $20 - $10
Age limit: All ages
A giant of modern literature and a science fiction icon, Margaret Atwood has anticipated, satirized and even changed the popular preconceptions of our time. Both serious-minded and wickedly funny, she is uniquely adored by readers and critics worldwide. In more than 40 books, from classics like The Handmaid’s Tale and The Blind Assassin to her recent novel The Year of the Flood, the Booker Prize-winning author explores critical issues with a poet’s voice. After a long absence, Atwood returns to Campbell Hall to share her observations and witty commentary on literature, social activism, technology and art, and the artist’s role in society.
Event posted Dec. 18, 2012
Last updated Jan. 29, 2013