IUPUC hosts ‘Conversations Forum’

The 2022-23 Columbus Conversations Forum begins at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 29 at Mill Race Center featuring readings from authors associated with the AirPark Columbus Campus, including Ivy Tech Columbus Associate Professor, Patrick Nevins, who recently published his first novel, “Man in a Cage.” The book dramatizes the true story of American naturalist Richard Garner’s journey to West Africa in 1892 to study the “speech” of chimpanzees.

Other scheduled readers include:

  • Elisabeth Hegmann – IUPUC adjunct faculty
  • Joshua Holycross – IUPUC alumnus
  • Brittany King – Ivy Tech and IUPUC alumna
  • Jay Lesandrini – IUPUC Director of Communications
  • Nancy Pulley –Columbus resident and Indiana writer
  • Matt Rothrock – IUPUC Academic Resource Center Coordinator

The readings will be moderated by Kate Wills, IUPUC program director and English professor at IUPUC.

Columbus Conversations is sponsored by IUPUC and Mill Race Center and made possible through a grant from Innovate Indiana, a program administered by the IU Council on Regional Engagement and Economic Development (CREED).

The reading is free and open to the public. For more information, visit go.iupuc.edu/airpark-reading2022.