The Living Odyssey: An Evening with Madeline Miller and Martin Shaw

May 7, 2019 -
7:30pm to 9:00pm
Cemex Auditorium

Free and open to the public. Tickets required. Visit bit.ly/livingodyssey for tickets.

Join us for a special, immersive event as storyteller Martin Shaw and author Madeline Miller join forces to imagine us into one of our most powerful and enduring myths. Experience an Odyssey up close, brought to startling life by readings, tellings, and conversation about how it speaks to us today, on our own wine-dark sea, searching for an Ithaca to return home to.

Madeline Miller is the author of the New York Times bestseller Circe, a story of the Odyssey’s most famous witch. She is also author of the bestseller The Song of Achilles, which was awarded the 2012 Orange Prize for Fiction and has been translated into twenty-five languages. Her essays have appeared in The Guardian, Wall Street Journal, Lapham’s Quarterly and NPR.org.

Martin Shaw, PhD is a storyteller and author. As well as writing the award winning Mythteller trilogy, this year brings the release of both The Night Wages and Courting the Dawn: Poems of Lorca. He has worked with thousands of men and women exploring the relationship between ancient myth and modern life. “A true master. Martin Shaw is one of the very greatest storytellers we have.” —Robert Bly

Event Sponsor: 
Stanford Storytelling Project and LifeWorks Program for Integrative Learning
Contact Email: 
storytelling@stanford.edu
Contact Phone: 
650-721-1557
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