THIS WEEK IN APRIL

  1. Saturday Mar 1 KENAN TREVINCEVIC SATURDAY, MARCH 1; 1 PM KENAN TREVINCEVIC will introduce The Bosnia List: A Memoir of War, Exile and Return. This memoir tells Kenan’s incredible story of surviving the Bosnian war as an eleven-year-old child, eventually escaping to America, and later...
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KENAN TREVINCEVIC

SATURDAY, MARCH 1; 1 PM

KENAN TREVINCEVIC will introduce The Bosnia List: A Memoir of War, Exile and Return. This memoir tells Kenan’s incredible story of surviving the Bosnian war as an eleven-year-old child, eventually escaping to America, and later returning to his homeland to confront the past. It is an on-the-ground document of what life was like during one of the worst genocidal conflicts in recent history, and a deeply personal and intimate exploration of what it means to face, forgive, and move on from the unspeakable brutality of war. Further, it is an important and wrenching account of how an historical event continues to haunt its victims and how one young man might be the inspiration for change and healing for generations to come.

The Dayton Peace Accords ending the Balkan wars were signed at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base on November 21, 1995. The Dayton Literary Peace Prize Foundation continues to honor that agreement each year awarding the Dayton Literary Peace Prize to one work of fiction and one work of nonfiction that speak to the issue of fostering peace in individuals, in groups, or among nations.

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