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Cal Poly offers class on great Central Coast authors

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Take inspiration from the Central Coast just like writers Aldous Huxley, Henry Miller, Jack Kerouac, and Robinson Jeffers at the Central Coast Writers and the Literature of Personal Development class.

This series is hosted by Cal Poly Extended Ed and meets Feb. 27, March 6, and April 10 from 6:10 to 8 p.m. Authors who called the Central Coast home created works and ideas that led to counter-culture and set into motion a literature of liberation and personal growth that swept the world. This course is designed for those inspired by these writers and want to reconnect to their energy and idealism—and for those just discovering the "Best Coast" writers on their own and who would like a bit more of a formal introduction.

The cost is $65 per student. Visit calpoly.augusoft.net for more information. Δ

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