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The virtual Writing Alumnx Reading Series continues this fall with events on Thursday evenings once a month via Zoom.
In collaboration with a collection of MFA in Writing alumnx, we designed this series of readings based on the “Student Readings” many graduates of the low-residency Writing program might remember from their time on campus. These brief and informal readings offer an excuse to dust off that old draft, share something new and, above all, connect with fellow writers.
In addition to reading slots open to alumnx sign-ups, each evening we’ll be featuring three to four recently published alumnx authors who are actively promoting new books. All readings will take place on Thursdays at 8:00 pm EST/5:00 pm PT. If you are a Writing alumnx interested in reading during one one of our upcoming events, please sign up for a reading slot by clicking here. If you have a recent or upcoming publication, make sure to also use our Share Your News form so that we can include your news in our yearly alumnx magazine.
Whether you’re interested in reading or just listening in, we hope you’ll join us over the coming weeks!
September 21st | Register >>
Host: Chanel Dubofsky (W ’15)
Jennifer Friedman Lang (W ‘16), Places We Left Behind: a memoir-in-miniature
Yvonne Zipter (W ‘94), The Wordless Lullaby of Crickets
Miles Liss (W ‘20), Some Inconvenient Poems
Virginia Reiser (W ‘05), Up Into the Trees
Read by Carolyn Duch and Gary Urgonski
October 19th | Register >>
Host: Pam Winters (W ‘15)
Anne Myles (W ‘21), Late Epistle
Susan Foster (W ‘21), The Falling Water Calls it Grief
Beverly Parayno (W ‘09), Wildflowers
Barbara Carlson, (W ‘90), What Drifted Here
November 9th | Register >>
Host: Ellie Kaufman (W ‘22)
Caleb Curtiss (W ‘20), Age of Forgiveness
Gail Hanlon (W ‘14), Silent Letter
Sandra Miller (W ‘96), Wednesdays at One
Cathy Barber (W ‘13), Once: A Golden Shovel Collection
December 7th | Register >>
Host: Whitney Bryant (W ‘12)
Bruce Allen Wasserman (W ‘17), The Broken Night
Sophfronia Scott (W ‘14), Wild, Beautiful, and Free
Susan Ayres (W ‘19), Walk Like the Bird Flies
David Spitzer (W ’11), Fates