Award-winning author, photographer, and visual artist Rawi Hage will discuss his approach to writing and the ways in which his multicultural background has influenced his voice. His debut novel, De Niro’s Game (2006), has garnered several literary awards, including the 2008 IMPAC Dublin Literary Award, the McAuslan First Book Prize, and the Paragraphe Hugh MacLennan Prize for Fiction. In English Free and open to the public. Tickets distributed on a first-come, first-serve basis. World Nomads, FIAF’s annual exploration of transculturalism in the 21st century, is intended as a forum for dialogue between cultures. It returns this May for its third edition to focus on Lebanon, a country whose rich heritage has long captivated imaginations around the world. For a complete listing of the series’ events, please visit: http://www.fiaf.org/events/spring2010/2010-05-world-nomads-lebanon.shtml (FIAF)
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