“The Works of Walter Mosley”
Lockwood Memorial Library, main lobby
February 21 – April 30, 2013
In conjunction with Walter Mosley’s appearance as keynote speaker at UB’s 37th Martin Luther King, Jr. commemoration event on February 28, 2013, the University Libraries present The Works of Walter Mosley: Making It Look Easy, an exhibit highlighting the literary output of this powerful and provocative writer.
Mosley’s fiction, ranging from popular detective novels to science fiction and non-genre fiction, is highlighted in the exhibit by a series of colorful covers, accompanied by excerpts from critical reviews and commentaries on his work. Mosley’s nonfiction, focusing on such issues as race, class and economic inequality, is also featured, along with several samples of his art work.
Located in the main lobby of Lockwood Memorial Library, the exhibit may be viewed during regular library hours from February 21 through April 30, 2013.
For more information, contact associate librarian Laura Taddeo.