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Get ready for the 2012 Key West Literary Seminar

It’s never too early — and in fact will soon be too late — to sign up for the next Key West Literary Seminar, which is celebrating its 30-year anniversary in Jan. 5-8 2012.

Egan This year’s theme? "Another World: The Literature of the Future," and the seminar has the big literary names to prove they’re serious: Jennifer Egan (at right, who won the Pulitzer Prize for her novel A Visit from the Goon Squad); Douglas Coupland; William Gibson, Margaret Atwood, China Mieville, Joyce Carol Oates, astrophysicist Janna Levin, James Gleick; Gary Shytengart; Jonathan Lethem, Michael Cunningham; George Saunders; Colson Whitehead; James Tate; Charles Yu; Dexter Palmer; Rivka Galchen; and Valerie Martin.

There will also be writing workshops led by Atwood; Martin; Mary Morris; Lee Smith; Robert Stone; Paulette Bates Alden; Billy Collins; and Dana Weir.

To register, click here.




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Steve A.

When are they going to have a seminar with a theme of "Anthropomorphism in prehistoric shark thrillers?"

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