In Sima’s Undergarments for Women, her debut novel, she explores women’s friendships, marriage, infertility, and the power of reinvention.
Stanger-Ross earned her master’s in fiction from Temple University, where she held a University Fellowship. She has been awarded numerous grants, including ones from the Leeway Foundation, the Toronto Arts Council, the Barbara Deming Memorial/Money for Women Fund, and the Humber College Summer Writer’s Workshop.
A graduate of Columbia University’s Barnard College, Stanger-Ross’s fiction has been published in The Bellevue Review, Lilith Magazine, and online at KillingtheBuddha.com; her non-fiction has appeared in The Globe and Mail, The Walrus Magazine and The Literary Review of Canada.
The schedule for the event on March 24 includes a book signing and art exhibit at 11:30 a.m., followed by the luncheon and speaker at 12 p.m. in the Mercy Hall Meeting Room.
Cost is $25 per person and the RSVP deadline is Friday, March 18. For more information about the event or to register, visit www.CSM.edu/events or contact Krissy Veylupek at 402-399-2309 or firstname.lastname@example.org.