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Upcoming Library Events & More!
AUTHOR EVENT: WEDNESDAY JANUARY 23rd @ 3:00 p.m,
Donald Levin, the author of the Ferndale-based Martin Preuss series, will host a discussion on his books, poetry, and writing career with a reception to follow.
Levin is an award-winning fiction writer and poet, and the author of five Martin Preuss mysteries: An Uncertain Accomplice (2018), The Forgotten Child (2017), Guilt in Hiding (2016), The Baker’s Men (2014), and Crimes of Love (2011). Book #6 in the series is under way. He is also the author of The House of Grins (1992), a novel; and two books of poetry, In Praise of Old Photographs (2005) and New Year’s Tangerine (2007). His poetry and fiction have appeared in numerous print and e-journals. At various times he has worked as a warehouseman, theatre manager, advertising copywriter, scriptwriter, video producer, and political speechwriter, and is the retired Dean of the Faculty and Professor Emeritus of English at Marygrove College in Detroit. He and his wife, artist Suzanne Allen, split their time between Florida and Ferndale, Michigan (the setting for the Preuss series). For more information click HERE.
ACADEMIC SUPPORT OPEN HOUSE: THURSDAY JANUARY 24th, 2:00 - 4:00 P.M.
Please join the University Library, the Center for Personalized Instruction & TRIO, and the Writing Center for an Open House on Thursday, January 24th from 2pm-4pm. Remarks will be at 3pm and refreshments will be served. Look forward to seeing you there!! For more information click HERE.
LIBRARY STUDY ROOMS
Madonna University Library provides faculty, staff, and students four reservable conference rooms for meetings and small group study: The Irish Room, the American Heritage Room, The Rare Room, and the College Room. These collaborative work spaces can seat four to eight people. For more information click HERE.
LIBRARY BREAK ROOMNeed a few minutes to unwind?
Take a break, watch a movie, work on a puzzle, read, grab a cup of coffee, have a quick snack or just sit back and relax!
Visit the break room, located in the Madonna University Library.
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