Influential Greek American writer Nicholas Gage will give a talk titled “A Writer’s Odyssey” on Apr. 3 at 6 p.m. in Gasson Hall, room 306. His acclaimed memoir, Eleni, describes life in Greece during the civil war and the execution of Gage’s mother in retaliation for helping Gage and his sisters escape their village. His subsequent memoir, A Place for Us, relates the experience of Gage’s family as immigrants in America. An investigative journalist, Gage wrote for both the Wall Street Journal and New York Times, covering the Mafia and political corruption in the Nixon Administration, among other topics. He also was an executive producer of “The Godfather Part III.” Sponsor: Hellenic Society.