Exploring Our Origin Stories – Members Event

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Exploring Our Origin Stories – Members Event

When:
March 25, 2021 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
2021-03-25T18:00:00-06:00
2021-03-25T20:00:00-06:00
Where:
Via Zoom
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Questions? Contact our Events & Membership Manager

We’re so excited to announce an upcoming FREE event for our YWCA Utah Members during Women’s History Month. Exploring Our Origin Stories: A Reading and Discussion with Sahar Mustafah on March 25 at 6 PM will feature a reading and discussion, including the opportunity to have audience questions. While reading Sahar’s latest book The Beauty of Your Face is not required, we strongly encourage it. We have 40 copies of the book available at the YWCA, first come first serve, for our members for FREE. This is the UK edition of the book, so the cover is not the same as depicted in promotional materials.

Registering for the event is easy! If you are a current YWCA Utah Member you should have received an email with your special access code for registration. Not a member yet? Become one today! 

In an effort to foster productive, quality discussion, space is limited to so don’t hesitate to register today! Your confirmation email will contain the Zoom link as well as instructions to receive your FREE copy of the book, while supplies last.

About Sahar Mustafah

Sahar Mustafah is the daughter of Palestinian immigrants, an inheritance she explores in her fiction. Her first novel The Beauty of Your Face(W.W. Norton, 2020) was named a 2020 Notable Book and Editor’s Choice by New York Times Book Review, a Los Angeles Times United We Read selection, one of Marie Claire Magazine’s 2020 Best Fiction by Women, and a Great Group Reads for National Reading Group Month. It was long-listed for the Center for Fiction 2020 First Novel Prize, and was a finalist for Chicago Writers Association Best Book of the Year award and the Chicago Review of Books award. Her short story collection Code of the West was the winner of the 2016 Willow Books Fiction Award. Her stories have earned a Distinguished Story citation from Best American Short Stories 2016, First Place in Fiction from the Guild Literary Complex of Chicago, and three Pushcart Prize nominations, among other honors. Mustafah earned her MFA from Columbia College Chicago where she was the recipient of the David Friedman Award for Best Fiction. She writes and teaches outside of Chicago.