A Haunted Evening with Author Jac Jemc

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Hendrickson - SouthHendrickson Room
Friday, April 13, 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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Join us this Friday the 13th for a haunted evening with author Jac Jemc. Explore a chilling reading from The Grip of It, her literary horror novel about a young couple haunted by their newly purchased home. Library advisor Neal Parker will lead Jemc in conversation about her writing, what haunts her and more.

Jac Jemc lives in Chicago where she writes poetry and fiction. She has been the recipient of two Illinois Arts Council Professional Development Grants, and was named one of New City's Lit 50 in Chicago. She's taught English and Creative Writing at the University of Notre Dame, Northeastern Illinois University, Loyola University Chicago, Lake Forest College, Illinois Wesleyan University, Story Studio Chicago, and more She currently serves as a web nonfiction editor for Hobart.

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