Nic Brown Reading

This is what I learned during Nic Brown‘s reading:

You’re gonna have to watch it to see what I’m talking about:

Nic Brown, CSUSB MFA Reading Series from

Mark Wallace Reading

Hello, personal computers and the people who look at them–I present Mark Wallace, who read from his new novel, The Quarry and The Lot, at CSUSB’s MFA reading series last week. Along with confronting suburbia and its inhabitants, the book deals with how single events can affect a lot of lives. Enjoy.

 

Jennine Capó Crucet Reading

Here’s footage of Jennine Capó Crucet reading her hilarious, thoughtful, intelligent, short story, ” How to Leave Hialeah” at Cal State San Bernardino’s MFA Reading Series.

Here’s more about Jennine

Victoria Patterson Reading

Victoria Patterson’s writing captures what it’s like to live in Newport. But, it’s not generic, and it’s definitely not watered down. In short, she’s a writer who isn’t afraid to speak about what’s usually ignored. Here’s her wonderful reading at Cal State San Bernardino’s MFA Reading Series last Thursday, April 14.

If you’d like to find out more about Victoria, here’s her website

reading series

The “Events” section of this blog has been updated for spring 2011. Six authors will be coming to CSUSB to read throughout the quarter. All readings will be held at 6 p.m. in the Pfau Library (University Hall, Room 4005), and the readings are free and open to the public. Yay! More info here

may release

So, after reading hundreds and hundreds upon thousands of stories/poems (really, there was a lot to read), and being forced to narrow down the selections to a handful of stories/poems, the editors have made their final decisions. We are extremely happy with the quality of work we received, and extremelyx2 happy with what will be in the mag, which is set to come out in May.
what’s next? other than celebrate with beer and Colin Stetson’s, New History Warfare Vol. 2: Judges . . . there’s design, production, and other stuff I don’t handle and so don’t need to worry about, personally (more beer for me!).

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