Live Stream | Object Lessons with Amanda Parrish Morgan, Maria Teresa Hart, and Susan Harlan

Image shows text: Virtual. Object Lessons with Amanda Parrish Morgan & Maria Teresa Hart moderated by Susan Harlan. Friday, 11/4/22. 6 PM ET. Photos of the presenters and covers of STROLLER by Morgan and DOLL by Hart are also shown.

Amanda Parrish Morgan and Maria Teresa Hart discuss their new books in Bloomsbury's Object Lessons series, STROLLER and DOLL. The conversation will be moderated by Susan Harlan, author of LUGGAGE, published as part of the series in 2018.

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Amanda Parrish Morgan lives Connecticut with her husband and two kids where she teaches at Fairfield University and the Westport Writers’ WorkshopStroller is her first book. Some of Morgans's essays have appeared in the 2021 Connecticut Literary AnthologyGuernica, The RumpusThe Millions, n+1, Electric Literature, Carve, The American Scholar and the Ploughshares Blog. She has also written some pieces about long-distance running and teaching (her other fascinations) for JSTOR DailyThe Washington PostReal Simple, Women’s Running and ESPNW.  

Maria Teresa Hart is a writer, editor, and dulce-de-leche addict. Her articles and essays have appeared in The New York TimesThe AtlanticVoxThe Washington PostTeen Vogue, and other outlets. As an editor, Maria has worked for various publishers, including Penguin Random House, BenBella Books, and Bloomsbury. She lives in Beacon, NY with her partner David and spends her free time googling facts about dormice.

Susan Harlan is a writer based in Winston-Salem, NC, who is particularly interested in the relationship between place, memory, and objects. Her essays have appeared in publications including The Guardian US, The Paris Review Daily, Guernica, Roads & Kingdoms, Racked, The Morning News, The Awl, Curbed, Atlas Obscura, Nowhere, The Common, Literary Hub, The Bitter Southerner, The Brooklyn Quarterly, and Public Books. Susan writes about feminist issues for venues such as Jezebel, The ToastDAME, The South Carolina Review, The Belladonna, Queen Mob's Tea House, and The Hairpin. She also writes satire for McSweeney's Internet Tendency, Avidly, Janice, and The Billfold.

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Stroller (Object Lessons) By Amanda Parrish Morgan, Ian Bogost (Editor), Christopher Schaberg (Editor) Cover Image
ISBN: 9781501386664
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: Bloomsbury Academic - October 20th, 2022

Doll (Object Lessons) By Maria Teresa Hart, Ian Bogost (Editor), Christopher Schaberg (Editor) Cover Image
ISBN: 9781501380860
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: Bloomsbury Academic - November 3rd, 2022

Luggage (Object Lessons) By Susan Harlan, Christopher Schaberg (Editor), Ian Bogost (Editor) Cover Image
This book is currently on backorder. Please call or email for availability.
ISBN: 9781501329296
Published: Bloomsbury Academic - March 8th, 2018

Decorating a Room of One’s Own: Conversations on Interior Design with Miss Havisham, Jane Eyre, Victor Frankenstein, Elizabeth Bennet, Ishmael, and Other Literary Notables By Susan Harlan, Becca Stadtlander Cover Image
ISBN: 9781419732379
Availability: Not Currently On Our Shelves. Usually Ships in 1-5 Days.
Published: Abrams Image - October 9th, 2018

SKU: x672389