Writers@Grinnell Welcomes Sequoia Nagamatsu ’04

Roundtable, 4:15 p.m., HSSC, Room S1325; Reading, 8 p.m.; Rosenfield Center, Room 101

August 30, 2022

Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2022; 8 p.m. Joe Rosenfield ’25 Center, Room 101

Sequoia Nagamatsu is the author of the national bestselling novel, How High We Go In The Dark (2022) and the forthcoming Girl Zero (William Morrow/HarperCollins and Bloomsbury UK), as well as the story collection, Where We Go When All We Were Is Gone (Black Lawrence Press). His work has appeared or is forthcoming in publications such as Conjunctions, The Southern Review, ZYZZYVA, Tin House, Iowa Review, Lightspeed Magazine, and One World: A Global Anthology of Short Stories, and has been listed as notable in Best American Non-Required Reading and the Best Horror of the Year.

He was educated at Grinnell College (B.A.) and Southern Illinois University-Carbondale (M.F.A.), and he teaches creative writing at Saint Olaf College and the Rainier Writing Workshop Low-Residency MFA program. He lives in Minneapolis with his wife, the writer Cole Nagamatsu, their cat Kalahira, their real dog Fenris, and a robot dog named Calvino.

Nagamatusu will also lead a roundtable discussion at 4:15 p.m. in HSSC, Room S1325.

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