Panel Discussion on Harper Lee
“Harper Lee Considered” was a panel of the inaugural Mississippi Book Festival, held in the Old Supreme Court Chamber in the Mississippi State Capitol in Jackson.
Panelists talked about the life and work of author Harper Lee. The panel was moderated by Amanda Nelson, managing editor at Book Riot. The panelists were: Kerry Madden, author of Up Close: Harper Lee; Sterling Plumpp, author of Home/Bass: Poems; Beth Ann Fennelly, author of Open House: Poems; and W. Ralph Eubanks, author of The House at the End of the Road: The Story of Three Generations of an Interracial Family in the American South.
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