Scottish Rite Center
On June 2nd, the Scottish Rite Masons, in collaboration with the PEN/Faulkner Foundation, proudly present Rachel Broudy, Richard McCann, Frazier O’Leary, George Pelecanos, and Morowa Yejidé with moderator Susan Eisenhower for an evening devoted to discussing PEN/Faulkner’s Writers in Schools Program and why engagement with literature is crucial to student success in school — and in life.
- Why is it important for students to meet authors, and how does the significance of a book change when a student meets the person who wrote it?
- How can meeting authors boost experiential learning in high schools, and what is the program’s impact on teachers?
A buffet supper will immediately follow the panel discussion.
This event is free, but seats are limited. Email email@example.com to reserve a ticket.
Susan Eisenhower, moderator
Consultant, author, and expert on international security, space policy, energy, and relations between the Russian Federation and the U.S.
D.C. Public High School English teacher at Cardozo Education Campus, current President of the PEN/Faulkner Board of Directors, and the first teacher to use Writers in Schools, .
Novelist, short story writer, and Writers in Schools participating author.