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Nicole Hardy Reading
|Event Start Date||Tuesday, October 15, 2013|
Camino Hall 117
|Event Start Time||12:30 pm|
Author Nicole Hardy will be making a stop at USD campus as part of her Southern California book tour in mid-October. She'll be reading from her new memoir, Confessions of a Latter-Day Virgin (Hyperion, 2013), about growing up Mormon.
Nicole Hardy is a poet and essayist who lives in Seattle and works as a waitress and teacher. She is the author of two poetry collections published by Main Street Rag: Mud Flap Girl's XX Guide to Facial Profiling, which was a finalist in MSR's 2006 chapbook contest, and This Blonde, a full-length collection published in 2009. She earned her MFA at the Bennington College Writing Seminars, and was nominated for a 2007 Pushcart Prize.
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