Pico Iyer to bring his wanderlust to Chapman University
Lovers of travel, armchair travelers or anyone fascinated by stories of how life is lived around the world, will want to attend Chapman University’s next Distinguished Writer Series event featuring author Pico Iyer.
The acclaimed journalist, essayist, critic, novelist and travel writer will speak at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 30, at the Sandhu Conference Center. Admission is free.
Iyer’s work has appeared everywhere from the New York Review of Books and Harper’s to Sports Illustrated and The Los Angeles Times. He will discuss his life and work as one of the era’s most keen observers of the world’s cultures.
Among his many books are Video Night in Kathmandu, The Lady and the Monk, The Global Soul and his latest, Abandon, a novel set in California. This is a return trip to Chapman for Iyer, who was a guest of Dialogue with Doti and Dodge.