The Salem State Writers Series and Center for Creative and Performing Arts present Peabody award-winning science journalist Lulu Miller
Lulu Miller is the co-host of WNYC’s Radiolab (a podcast about science and curiosity), host of Terrestrials (an occasionally musical podcast about nature), co-creator of NPR's Invisibilia (a podcast about psychology) and author of national bestseller “Why Fish Don't Exist”, a nonfiction scientific thriller and memoir. Her writing has been published in The New Yorker, The Paris Review, VQR, Orion, and beyond. Her reporting interests include disability, mental health, and, inexplicably, entomology. She has won honors from the George Foster Peabody Awards, the Associated Press, and the National Center on Disability and Journalism.
Graduate student Heather Wright will open the evening. Wright is the Managing Editor of Salem State's national literary magazine Soundings East. The Salem State Writers Series invites noted authors of short stories, biography, poetry, memoir and essays to share their work at free readings throughout the academic year. These events also include annual student and faculty readings.
Miller visits Salem State on Thursday, April 27 at 7:30 pm. Learn more about this event.
Karen A Gahagan