Monday, April 11, 2011

Upcoming Reading: Santa Monica Review at UCI

This Thursday, April 14 at 5 PM the Santa Monica Review, a nationally distributed literary arts journal with a focus on fiction and nonfiction, will celebrate its 23rd year with a reading by three local writers with work in the Spring 2011 issue.

DWIGHT YATES' first collection of stories, Haywire Hearts and Slide Trombones, received the Serena McDonald Kennedy Award while his second, Bring Everybody, was the inaugural winner of the Juniper Prize. He taught for many years in the writing program at the University of California, Riverside.

CHERA KING earned her MFA in Creative Writing from UC Riverside where she teaches Composition and ESL.

ERIK KONGSHAUG is a graduate of the MFA Creative Writing program at UC Irvine and a Lecturer. He is author of the novel The Path and erstwhile editor of the biweekly Random Lengths: Harbor Independent News.

Join them for a reading on Thursday April 14 at 5 PM at the UC Irvine Bookstore. Free. Open to the public. And, no doubt, an array of refreshments.


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