PEN New EnglandReadings at the Hotel MarloweSue Quinn is the author of A Mind of Her Own: The Life of Karen Horney and Marie Curie: A Life, as well as Human Trials, an account of the process of developing a drug for the treatment of MS. She received the Globe Winship award for A Mind of Her Own, and Guggenheim and Rockefeller Foundation grants for Marie Curie. Human Trials was named one of the best science books of 2001 by the Library Journal. Her current book about the theater has brought her full circle to her interest in theater: her first book, On Stage: The Making of a Broadway Play was written for young adults, and she worked in the professional theater in Cleveland before she became a journalist and nonfiction writer. Please note: this is an off-site event to be held at the Hotel Marlowe in Cambridge, MA. Directions to the Hotel Marlowe. For info or questions, contact: Emily Hiestand, / 617-497-1225. About PEN New England PEN New England is an organization of writers and all those who love the written word. Our mission is to advance the cause of literature in New England and defend freedom of expression everywhere. PEN New England is one of five regional branches of PEN American Center, and part of International PEN, the oldest human rights organization in the world, and also the oldest international literary organization. PEN NE is honored to collaborate with the Marlowe Hotel and Porter Square Books to produce the PEN-Marlowe Reading Series, now in its fourth year. The monthly reading series is programmed by two PEN NE board members and award-winning authors: fiction writer, Edith Pearlman, and essayist/photographer, Emily Hiestand. For more information, visit the PEN New England website. (booksense)
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