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Paule MarshallMarshall to headline Festival of the Book

African-American author and MacArthur "genius" fellow Paule Marshall will give the keynote address at the next Virginia Festival of the Book's annual luncheon March 23. The festival runs for five days, from March 21 through 25. Marshall's writing spans four decades, from her debut novel, Brown Girl, Brownstones, to her just published The Fisher King. The recipient of many literary prizes and awards, Marshall writes and teaches in New York City and Richmond. For information about tickets to the luncheon, held at the Omni Hotel, or about the book festival, call 924-6890 or see http://www.vabook.org


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