F247. The Art of Perspective: How Narrative Strategies Reflect Contemporary Culture
Friday, February 10, 2017
3:00 pm to 4:15 pm
Lee Hope is author of the novel Horsefever; editor-in-chief of Solstice: A Magazine of Diverse Voices; has received fellowships from the Maine Arts Commission and the Pennsylvania Arts Council; has published fiction in the North American Review, Witness, Epiphany, etc.; and directed writing programs.
Christopher Castellani is the author of three novels, most recently All This Talk of Love. He is the artistic director of Grub Street, on the faculty of the MFA Program at Warren Wilson and Bread Loaf, and a 2014 Guggenheim fellow. His latest book is The Art of Perspective, essays on craft.
Sunil Yapa holds an MFA from Hunter College. His work has appeared in the Margins, Hyphen Magazine, the Tottenville Review, and others. He has won numerous awards, including the 2010 Asian American short story award. His debut novel is Your Heart is a Muscle the Size of a Fist.
Marjan Kamali is the author of the novel Together Tea. She has an MFA in creative writing from NYU and an MBA from Columbia University. Together Tea was a Massachusetts Book Award Finalist, an NPR WBUR Good Read, and a Target Emerging Author Selection. It has been translated into several languages.
Sarah Colwill-Brown is marketing & community engagement manager at GrubStreet, one of America's leading creative writing centers. She is also fiction editor at Pangyrus and managing editor at Solstice literary mags, and working on a novel set in post-Katrina New Orleans.