Let us take a moment to reflect on the talented voices we’ve heard during the various events this semester, hosted by the Roosevelt Reading Series:
Amelia Gray, with her brilliant oddness.
Billy Lombardo, realist extraordinaire.
China Miéville, who taught us the metaphorical magic of cephalopods.
Kathleen Rooney, her poetry an exploration into mustached milieus.
The graduate reading, where we said goodbye to five graduating MFAers.
And lastly, upcoming this Friday, the End of Semester reading, which will be a perfect opportunity to celebrate a hard-fought semester, and hear some great writing.
The Roosevelt Reading Series is proud to announce its last reading of the semester, featuring no fewer than eight current MFA candidates. The featured readers will be sharing the newest of the new, the freshest of the fresh, served up at the always-hip Book Cellar!
The reading will be held at the Book Cellar, Friday, December 7, starting at 7pm and likely ending around 8. Free and open to the public, invite your friends!
Feel free to email Interim Director of the MFA Program Peggy Shinner at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. Hope to see you all there!