Chelsea Biondolillo’s piece, “Bird by Desert-light,” an essay about hummingbirds, deserts, and getting laid off, will be published in the Spring 2013 print issue of Phoebe. As well as on their website (at some point): http://www.phoebejournal.com/
This essay originally was selected as a runner-up in both Phoebe‘s 2012 annual nonfiction competition judged by Mary Roach, and Cream City Review‘s 2012 annual nonfiction competition.
This event is going to be great, especially since it’s Rattawut Lapcharoensap’s only speaking engagement all year (or so we were told).
People are reading this Friday. These people are Ryan Ikeda, Caleb Johnson, and Kali Fajardo-Anstine. When you preform a Google image search for these people, many images of people who are not Ryan, Caleb, and Kali appear.
Don’t miss out on the reading this Friday, Nov. 2nd, at Night Heron Books, 6pm.
The MFA program is thrilled to welcome Joy Williams back to Laramie. In addition to looking over our various works, Joy will delight us with a reading from her forthcoming collection “99 Stories of God.”
This dog loves readings
Tonight don’t miss a reading by Erin Fortenberry, Lauren Trembath-Neuberger, and Rebecca Estee. 7pm, The Quadra Dangle, 3905 Grays Gable Road, FREE/FREE/FREE
You are invited to the October Student Reading, which will be help on Friday, Oct. 5th at 7pm at Quadra Dangle, a square dancing hall! 3905 Grays Gable Road, Laramie, Wyoming
For some history on this Laramie landmark, click here.
Be there or be… SQAURE.