Friday • March 7 • 7pm
UW Suzzallo Library
Join University of Washington Libraries and UW Alumin Association for the Daniel and Ellen Blom Endowed Lecture with author Michael Gruber.
Sponsored by UW Libraries and UW Alumni Association.
Michael Gruber is an author living in Seattle, Washington. He attended Columbia University and received his Ph.D. in biology from the University of Miami. He worked as a cook, a marine biologist, a speech writer, a policy advisor for the Jimmy Carter White House, and a bureaucrat for the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) before becoming a novelist. He was the ghostwriter of the popular Robert K. Tanenbaum series of Butch Karp novels starting with No Lesser Plea and ending with Resolved. After the partnership with Tanenbaum ended, Gruber began publishing novels using his own name: Tropic of Night, Valley of Bones, Night of the Jaguar, The Book of Air and Shadows which became a national bestseller shortly after its release in March 2007, Forgery of Venus, and The Good Son.
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