Exploring Issues Surrounding Eternal Life Through Fiction

Code: LH41807

Dates: May 16, 2024

Meets: 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM

Sessions: 1

Location: Creutzburg Center 200

Course Fee: $39.00

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Consider the moral, social and economic impacts of eternal life, examining a series of complex issues, among them how we value life, how immortality affects the way we view death, and the costs of immortality to both the individual and society. Leave with an understanding of how fictional explorations of immortality can inform and inspire real-world dialogues about socio-economic disparities, ethics and the essence of human life.
Fee: $39.00
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Creutzburg Center 200

260 Gulph Creek Road
(in Harford Park)
Radnor, PA 19087
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Nicole Eyer

T.N. Eyer graduated from Yale College and Yale Law School. She practiced corporate law in London and in Los Angeles before happily transitioning to writing fiction full time. Her first novel, Finding Meaning in the Age of Immortality, was published by Stillhouse Press in November. Her short fiction has appeared in a number of literary magazines, among them december, Hayden's Ferry Review, and Water~Stone Review, and in two anthologies: Heresy Press's Nothing Sacred and Coolest American Stories 2024. Her story "Date of Death" was listed as a Distinguished Story in Best American Short Stories 2022. She is an avid reader, hiker, and traveler. She has gone caving in Vietnam, horseback riding in Mongolia, and sand sledding in Namibia, but when she's home she gets most of her exercise playing Dance Dance Revolution in her garage. She lives in Pittsburgh with her husband and daughter.



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