The Cliff Notes Writing Conference Present Steven Nightingale
Oct 7, 2017, 7:00 pm
NY Times best-selling travel writer Steven Nightingale visits the Boulder Creek Ranch as part of the Cliff Notes Writing Conference. Nightingale’s Granada: A Pomegranate in the Hand of God is currently the #1 travel book in the world.
Steven Nightingale is the author of ten books: two novels, six books of sonnets, a long essay on the city of Granada, Spain, and a book of short fiction. The long essay titled Granada: A Pomegranate in the Hand of God, is currently on the NY Times Best Seller list and rated the #1 travel book in the world.
Steve’s interests include the medieval art of Spain and Italy, the wild country of the American West and the Caribbean, cooking for his wife and daughter, astronomy, venture capital, and Emily Dickinson, whom he loves. Chief among his pleasures is teaching by invitation in schools and universities in Nevada and California. His newest book is The Hot Climate of Promises and Grace: 64 Stories. Steve is a graduate of Stanford University, and divides his time between the Santa Cruz mountains of California, his beloved home state of Nevada, and the beautiful Albayzin, a barrio in Granada, Spain.
This event is made possible with support from Boulder Heritage Foundation, Boulder Creek Canyon Ranch, and Utah Humanities.
Boulder Creek Canyon Ranch
PO Box 1414
400 N Highway 12
Boulder , UT 84716-1414
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