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MFA Graduate Reading

December 7, 2021
MFA Graduate Reading

2:00 P.M. Reception 2:30 P.M. Reading. Please join us to celebrate our 2022 WSU MFA Graduates in Creative Writing. Stephen Woodgeard, Robert Burke, Janet Federico, Reid Kurkerewicz, and Merrick Preti will read from their fiction, and Robert Yates and Luke Ulatowski will read from their poetry. Writing Now/Reading Now is cosponsored by the WSU Department of English, Fairmount […]

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December 7, 2021
Arianna Reines

5:30 P.M. Reception | 6:00 P.M. Poetry Reading. An award-winning poet and playwright, Ariana Reines is one of the most dynamic and original voices in contemporary poetry, and she is WSU’s 2022 Distinguished Visiting Poet. Her books include The Cow, Coeur De Lion, and Mercury, the Obie-winning play Telephone, and, most recently, A Sand Book […]

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December 7, 2021
Sindya Bhanoo

5:30 P.M. Reception | 6:00 P.M. Fiction Reading. Sindya Bhanoo is WSU’s 2022 Visiting Emerging Fiction Writer. Her debut short story collection, Seeking Fortune Elsewhere, is forthcoming in 2022 (Catapult). Her fiction has appeared in Granta, New England Review, and Glimmer Train, and she is the recipient of an O. Henry Award and scholarships from the […]

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June 28, 2021
Sam Taylor: The Book of Fools

5:30 P.M. Reception | 6:00 P.M. Poetry Reading. Join us for the release of the new book of poems by award-winning poet and WSU professor Sam Taylor. At once poem, essay, memoir fragment, and art object, The Book of Fools: An Essay in Memoir and Verse is a sweeping elegy for our Earth—and our plastic-choked […]

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November 30, 2020
MFA Graduate Reading

Come celebrate the graduating class of Wichita State’s MFA Program in Creative Writing as they read from their final projects. Registration is required for this virtual program at ulrich.wichita. edu/programs. Writing Now/Reading Now is cosponsored by the WSU Department of English, Fairmount College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, Watermark Books & Café, and the Ulrich […]

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November 30, 2020
Fiction Reading: Michael Parker

Oklahoma is the setting for Prairie Fever, Michael Parker’s seventh and latest novel, a book that pulls the reader into what one critic calls a “whole family acting out what can and can’t be forgotten, against the backdrops of prairie and range—characters so magnificently and sometimes comically stubborn I really couldn’t put the book down.” […]

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