Two award-winning authors will speak at the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus next week.
The first is Turkish author Orhan Pamuk. According to a release from UW, Pamuk is the winner of the 2006 of the Nobel Prize in Literature, becoming the second youngest person to ever receive the award. He is a freedom of speech advocate and his novels have been translated into more than 46 different languages.
Pamuk will speak Monday at Varsity Hall in Union South at 7:30 p.m.
The author of the celebrated post-apocalyptic, zombie author Max Brooks will speak Tuesday night.
Brooks' latest novel "World War Z" was recently adapted into a movie starring Brad Pitt. According to a release, Brooks also wrote "The Zombie Survival Guide." His lecture is in Varsity Hall at 7:30 p.m.
The lectures are free to attend.