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An Evening with Novelist Edward Cline

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By Nicholas Provenzo from The Rule of Reason,cross-posted by MetaBlog

What: a live lecture by novelist Edward Cline, author of the Sparrowhawk series of revolutionary war-era historical fiction.

When: Wednesday, March 7th, 7:30 pm

Where: GMU Fairfax Campus Johnson Center 3rd Floor - Meeting Room A [Campus Map]

Ed_Cline.gifEdward Cline has been writing since graduation from high school in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Primarily a novelist, he has written fifteen novels and nearly one hundred published nonfiction articles, book reviews, monographs, and essays for such publications as The Wall Street Journal, the Colonial Williamsburg Journal, Marine Corps League, The Social Critic, and the Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science on subjects ranging from censorship to politically correct speech. His articles have also appeared on websites such as Capitalism Magazine, The Rule of Reason, and Dougout. His article on John Locke in the Colonial Williamsburg Journal was reprinted twice in McGraw-Hill Dushkin’s Western Civilization II, a college textbook, and also served as the basis of a course in political science at Virginia Wesleyan College in Norfolk.

Of his novels, First Prize, the second in a series of stories that feature a detective who solves murders based on moral paradoxes, was published in 1988. Whisper the Guns, the first in a suspense series featuring an American entrepreneur hero, was published in 1992. In 2001 the first of his Sparrowhawk novels, set in Virginia and England in the decades preceding the Revolution, appeared. The sixth and last title in that series debuted in December of 2006.

Sponsored by the GMU Objectivist Club and The Center for the Advancement of Capitalism.


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