To celebrate the publication of Reynolds Price's final book, "Midstream," and the 50th anniversary of the publication of his first book, "A Long and Happy Life," the Rubenstein Library welcomes a distinguished group of Price's friends, family, and colleagues to discuss his life, work, and continuing legacy. Speakers include Rachel Davies, student and friend of Reynolds Price; Allan Gurganus, acclaimed author of "Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All" and "White People"; Susan Moldow, Executive Vice President and Publisher of Scribner, and editor of many of Price's books; William Price, former Director of the North Carolina Division of Archives and History, and Reynolds's brother. The event will also include a display of materials from the Reynolds Price Papers in the Rubenstein Library, including early handwritten manuscripts of "A Long and Happy Life," rare photographs and letters, and more. Books will be available for purchase. A reception with refreshments will follow the program.