Festival Opening Dinner
Saturday 25 March 2017
Worcester College: HallVenue
Hosted by the Virginia G. Piper Center for Creative Writing, Arizona State University.
The price includes drinks reception in the Provost’s Lodgings, three-course dinner with wines and coffee.
To honour the exceptional contribution of the USA to world literature and culture, the festival’s opening dinner brings together the distinguished novelists, writers and public figures from America who are speaking in Oxford over the first weekend.
The dinner is staged in the traditional dining hall of 18th-century Worcester College.
Among those at the dinner will be the award-winning writer for children and adults Jewell Parker Rhodes; poet and writer Alberto Álvaro Ríos. Some other writers speaking over the weekend will also be at the dinner.