F122. Sound Makes Sense: Reading the Lyric Sentence
Friday, March 9, 2018
9:00 am to 10:15 am
Pearl Abraham is the author of four novels: the international bestseller The Romance Reader, Giving Up America, The Seventh Beggar, and American Taliban. The Seventh Beggar was a finalist for the Koret International Award in Fiction. Abraham is the editor of the webpage SforSentence.com.
Annie DeWitt's work appears in Granta, Tin House, Esquire, The Iowa Review, Guernica, The Believer, Los Angeles Review of Books, NOON, The American Reader, among others. She is the author the novel White Nights In Split Town City and the collection Closest Without Going Over, shortlisted for the Mary McCarthy Award.
Alan Sincic earned his MFA at Columbia and WNE. His novella The Babe won the 2014 Knickerbocker Prize, the short story "Sugar" aired on Seattle's Hollow Earth Radio, and recent stories have appeared in Hunger Mountain and The Greensboro Reveiw. Sincic teaches at Valencia College.
Ephraim Scott Sommers is a singer-songwriter and the author of The Night We Set the Dead Kid on Fire, winner of the 2016 Patricia Bibby First Book Award. He received his PhD from Western Michigan University and is assistant professor of creative writing at WInthrop University.