University of Alaska Anchorage Bookstore Reading
Date: July 14, 2014
Venue: UAA Campus Bookstore, 2nd floor
All UAA Campus Bookstore events are informal, free and open to the public. There is free parking for bookstore events in the West Campus Central Lot (behind Rasmuson Hall), the Sports Lot and the Sports NW Lot. Note: UAA Campus Bookstore podcasts are posted in iTunes or iTunes U–just search UAA or UAA Campus Bookstore. Or see http://bit.ly/R7s4B3 .
For more information contact Rachel Epstein at 786-4782 or email@example.com . http://www.uaa.alaska.edu/bookstore
AWP Off-site Reading
Saturday Mar. 1, 2014 @ 6pm
The Project Room (1315 E. Pine Street, Seattle, Wa.)
with writers Gina Frangello, Pam Houston and Melinda Moustakis
A reading and discussion around our current topics “Transformation” and “Privacy,” featuring the work of three writers whose work overlaps in interesting ways.
Two recent happenings worthy of a note: I was awarded a 2014 National Endowment of the Arts Literature Fellowship in Fiction and I just found out I’ll be the 2014-2016 Kenyon Review Fellow in Fiction http://www.kenyonreview.org/programs/fellowship/
Excited to be part of this event at the Texas Book Festival this weekend in Austin:
10/26, Saturday: 4-5 PM, 2013 O. Henry Prize Reading
Capital Extension Room E2-030
Lily Tuck, Melinda Moustakis, Nalini Jones, Ayşe Papatya Bucak, and Joan Silber give short readings and discuss their work. Moderated by editor Laura Furman.
Quite a thrill to see my story “They Find the Drowned” in the 2013 O. Henry Prize stories. Just went to the bookstore to buy a copy.
I’m very excited to be doing a blog series of author interviews for American Short Fiction. Here’s a link to the first with the fantastic Danielle Evans :
If You Lived Here: An Interview with Danielle Evans
In “If You Lived Here,” a blog series of author interviews, some questions, not all, will focus on place, being displaced and the places in the story that “marry a hurt like that.” The hope is that these questions will lead to other places and other questions. The first interview is with Danielle Evans, author of the acclaimed short story collection Before You Suffocate Your Own Fool Self …
Got some love from Flavorwire! They just posted an article called The Ten Best Millennial Authors You Probably Haven’t Read (Yet). Look for me listed as number nine and here is the link: http://flavorwire.com/378617/the-10-best-millennial-authors-you-probably-havent-read-yet