Cook Library & Towson Literary Reading Series Presents: Mark Bowden
In celebration of National Library Week, award-winning journalist Mark Bowden talks about his nonfiction, including works such as "Worm: the First Digital World War," about Internet security, and "Guests of the Ayatollah," about the Iran hostage crisis, and discusses his approach to creative nonfiction. Bowden is the author of "Black Hawk Down" and numerous best-sellers, former journalist for the Philadelphia Inquirer, and editor for Atlantic Monthly and Vanity Fair. He began his journalism career in Baltimore, taught journalism and creative writing at his alma mater, Loyola University Maryland, and now teaches at the University of Delaware. The presentation will be followed by Q&A, book signings and an opportunity to meet the author!