Genre-Bending: An Evening of Storytelling with NPR's Lulu Miller, Winner of the 2019/20 William Block Sr. Award

November 7, 2019 - 7:30pm to 9:00pm
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Join NPR’s Lulu Miller for a special reading event—including fiction, audio, and a sneak preview from her forthcoming book, Why Fish Don’t Exist (Simon & Schuster, 2020). No matter the form, Lulu is on the hunt for strange stories that change our understanding of the world. Stick around afterwards for a Q&A on all things audio, writing, and story-hunting.


Lulu Miller is a Peabody Award-winning science reporter who has been working in public radio for nearly fifteen years. She is the cofounder of NPR's Invisibilia, a show about the invisible forces which shape human behavior. Before that, she was a producer and reporter at Radiolab. Her fiction has been published in The New Yorker, VQR, Catapult, Electric Literature and beyond. Her nonfiction book, Why Fish Don't Exist, is forthcoming from Simon & Schuster in 2020.

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The Frick Fine Arts Center is located at 650 Schenley Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15260. 

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