Friday, April 6, 2012

Roosevelt Graduate Reading Next Thursday!

With all the readings by prize-winning poets, phenomenal fiction writers, and no-nonsense non-fiction writers that Roosevelt hosts, it is possible to forget they we're producing our own amazing, future-best-selling, thought-provoking, phrase-turning, movie-adaptation-forthcoming writers, too. Luckily, we will have a reminder of the talent and diversity of Roosevelt MFA students at our Spring 2012 Graduate Reading next Thursday. 

Join us as we celebrate three members of the Roosevelt MFA community.

Lydia Cesarz, poet, published in Roosevelt's own Oyez Review, who will be reading from her poetry thesis.

Jamilee Gerzon, fiction writer, who will be reading from her short story collection, The Cold Space Between Us.


Katherine Palmer, fiction writer and outstanding teacher, who will be reading from her short story collection If the Lake is East, I Must Not Be Lost.

The reading will take place nest Thursday, April 12th at the Gage Gallery.  Doors will open at 4:30 for coffee, wine, food and congratulations, and the reading will begin at 5.

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