Monte Schulz: Metropolis
Sunday, April 30
Cost: Included in Museum admission. Free for Members! Museum Theater seating is on a first-come, first-served basis.
Join author Monte Schulz for a book reading and discussion celebrating his newest book, Metropolis. Monte Schulz published his first novel in 1990 and spent the next twelve years writing the novel Crossing Eden, which he wrote for his father, Charles M. Schulz. His sixth prose fiction novel, Metropolis, is described as “a dystopian narrative of love in a time of war and moral disintegration.” Learn about the book at metropolisthebook.com. Monte Schulz will sign books after his talk.
To read The Press Democrat‘s interview with Monte Schulz about Metropolis, click here.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Monte Schulz published his first novel, Down by the River, in 1990, and spent the next twelve years writing a novel of the Jazz Age, which is now available as a whole in Crossing Eden, or in three parts: This Side of Jordan, The Last Rose of Summer, and The Big Town. He wrote it for his father, Charles M. Schulz. Monte Schulz received his M.A. in American Studies from UC Santa Barbara (UCSB). Since 2010, he has been the owner of the Santa Barbara Writers Conference and has taught a class in voice and style there and at UCSB. He is also a composer, songwriter, and producer, including the album Seraphonium.