Issue 14 Launch & Reading at the Mead

Issue 14 mead cover photo

Join the staff and interns of The Common for our launch of Issue 14! Come to hear readings from our new issue and enjoy wine and cheese in the Mead Art Museum’s beautiful Rotherwas Room. 

Free and open to the public – students, parents, and local lit lovers all welcome!

Friday, November 3
5 p.m.
Mead Art Museum

Amherst College

[Purchase your copy of Issue 14 here.]

Issue 14 Launch & Reading at the Mead

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