Kent Meyers, Black Hills State University Associate Professor of Humanities, is leaving to spend five weeks as a writer-in-residence in two French cities. Meyers, who is currently on sabbatical from BHSU to work on his next novel, will spend four weeks as a writer-in-residence in Clermont-Ferrand. He'll spend his final week in the city of Grenoble. While the majority of his time will be spent working on his next novel, Meyers will also meet with French school, civic and government groups to discuss his work as well as American literature in general.
Meyers To Write In France
By Steve Zwemke • Mar 7, 2013