Lawrence Tabak, winner of the Council for Wisconsin Writers Norbert Blei/August Derleth Nonfiction Book Award for Foxconned: Imaginary Jobs, Bulldozed Homes, and the Sacking of Local Government, will read from and discuss his work.
A widely published feature writer, essayist and novelist, Lawrence has written for numerous magazines and newspapers, including Salon.com, the New York Times and The Atlantic Monthly. He was educated at Northwestern University and the University of Iowa, from which he holds a M.A. in English. He has been a finalist for Best American Essays and a recipient of Tennis Week’s Magazine’s Great American Tennis Writing Award.
Learn more about Lawrence and his work on our Winter Writers Reading Series page.
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