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    Solstice MFA Program Winter Reading Series

    Presented by at Founder's Room, Pine Manor College

    January 1 - January 7, 2011


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    Solstice MFA Program Winter Reading Series

    Faculty members, staff, and special guests of the Solstice MFA in Creative Writing Program read from their work. Readers include: David Yoo (author of Girls for Breakfast and Stop Me If You’ve Heard This One Before); Venise Berry (author of four novels, including the forthcoming Pockets of Sanity); Anne-Marie Oomen (poet and author of three essay collections, including An American Map: Essays); Dzvinia Orlowsky (author of four poetry...

    Faculty members, staff, and special guests of the Solstice MFA in Creative Writing Program read from their work. Readers include: David Yoo (author of Girls for Breakfast and Stop Me If You’ve Heard This One Before); Venise Berry (author of four novels, including the forthcoming Pockets of Sanity); Anne-Marie Oomen (poet and author of three essay collections, including An American Map: Essays); Dzvinia Orlowsky (author of four poetry collections, including Convertible Night, Flurry of Stones); Randall Kenan (author of several books of fiction and nonfiction, including Let the Dead Bury Their Dead and The Fire This Time); special guest Mimi Schwartz (author of Good Neighbors, Bad Times and Thoughts From A Single Bed); Jacob Paul (author of Sarah/Sara); MFA Director Meg Kearney (author of The Secret of Me, An Unkindness of Ravens and Home By Now); MFA Assistant Director Tanya Whiton (published in Crazyhorse and Northwest Review); Laura Williams McCaffrey (author of Alia Waking and Water Shaper); 2010 National Book Award Winner Terrance Hayes (author of four collections of poetry, including Lighthead); Laban Carrick Hill (author of numerous books for young people, including Dave the Potter); Amy Hoffman (author of the memoirs Hospital Time and An Army of Ex-Lovers); Mark Turcotte (author of The Feathered Heart and Exploding Chippewas); Sandra Scofield (National Book Award Finalist for Beyond Deserving; author of seven novels, a memoir, and a craft book); special guest Marilyn Kallet (author of fourteen books, including four books of poetry and two children’s books); & Steven Huff (author of two poetry collections and the short fiction collection A Pig in Paris).


    Founder's Room, Pine Manor College

    400 Heath Street
    Chestnut Hill, 02467

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    FREE


    General Day and Time Info:

    7:30 p.m.


    phone: 617-731-7697


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