CSN PROFESSOR AND AUTHOR ROSENTHAL TO HOST A COMMUNITY READING
Nevada author Sherry Rosenthal, the Nevada Arts Council’s Fellow in Fiction for fiscal year 2019, will moderate a community reading and read from her own works in a special program on Thursday, March 21.
“Springtime Stories 2019: An Evening of Faculty, Student and Community Reading,” will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. in the K Building Auditorium on the campus of the College of Southern Nevada’s Charleston Campus, 6375 W. Charleston Ave., Las Vegas.
Rosenthal is a professor of English at CSN and a member of the Henderson Writers Group. Her latest fiction novel is “The River Horse Gods,” set in Ghana. Her publications also include two Holocaust memoirs – “My Brother’s Voice: How a Young Hungarian Boy Survived the Holocaust,” with Stephen Nasser; and “Run! Run! Hitler’s Coming: How a Young German Girl Escaped in the Holocaust,” with Irene Rosenthal.
In addition to reading from her works, Rosenthal will talk to the audience about the beneficial roles of the Nevada Arts Council and National Endowment For the Arts in the lives and works of Nevada artists.
The event is hosted by the College of Southern Nevada, the Henderson Writers Group, the Nevada Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts, and funded, in part, by an Artist Fellowship Grant from the Nevada Arts Council. Light refreshments will be served.