Lowe, English professor at Community College of Allegheny County, Allegheny
Campus, has published his first novel, “All That's Left to Tell,” which will hit
stores on Tuesday, February 14. A book launch and signing event
will take place on Friday, February 17, at 7:00 p.m. at White Whale Bookstore,
4754 Liberty Ave., Bloomfield.
The novel, which
reviewers have described as “intense,” “compelling” and “captivating,” is about
an American businessman who is kidnapped in Pakistan and develops a
relationship with one of his captors, a woman. The two share a strange but
comforting ritual in which they tell each other stories that revolve around the
businessman’s relationship with his deceased daughter.
Lowe, of McCandless, has
been writing on and off for many years. His poetry and fiction have appeared in
literary magazines, including West
Branch, The Bridge, The Paterson Literary Review, Ellipsis, Blue Stem, Midway
Journal and The
Madison Review. He has also written several manuscripts, in addition to this novel,
published by Flatiron Books.
Lowe is completing his 25th year as an English
professor at CCAC, where he teaches English composition as well as Honors
creative writing. He is also the Honors program coordinator for Allegheny
Campus. He received his Master of Fine Arts in Fiction Writing from the
University of Pittsburgh.
To learn more, visit www.danieljaylowe.com.
College of Allegheny County (CCAC)
its founding in 1966, CCAC has flourished, becoming the educational powerhouse
it is today—a nationally renowned two-year college dedicated to serving all
members of the community. From groundbreaking student success initiatives to
top-ranked academic and career-based programs, CCAC continues to be the college
of choice for nearly one out of three adults in the Greater Pittsburgh
year, more than 25,000 students enroll at CCAC, taking advantage of more than
150 degree, certificate, diploma and transfer programs while thousands more
access noncredit and workforce development courses. Comprising four campuses
and four neighborhood centers, as well as other offsite locations, CCAC is
honored to have one of the largest veteran student populations in the state and
takes pride in ranking among the nation’s top community colleges for the number
of individuals graduating in nursing and other health-related professions.
graduates have transferred to the nation’s most prestigious colleges and
universities, have obtained the most academically challenging and competitive
degrees and can be found at leading companies, organizations and institutions
throughout the country. CCAC alumni are actively engaged in every sector of
society, providing leadership to scores of economic, scientific, civic and
philanthropic entities both in the Pittsburgh region and around the world.
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