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THE WRITER'S CENTER IS TEMPORARILY RELOCATING DURING OUR RENOVATIONS IN SUMMER 2018

INFORMATION ON THE NEW VENUE FOR BETHESDA WORKSHOPS

 

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Gary Fincke, Annie Finch, and J.M. Tyree

Saturday, November 11, 2017 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

J.M. Tyree, nonfiction editor of New England Review, reads from Vanishing Streets:  Journeys in London. He is joined by visiting poets Annie Finch and Gary Fincke. 

Gary Fincke's new and selected stories The Out-of-Sorts will be published by West Virginia University in early November; his collection of new and selected poems, Bringing Back the Bones was published by Stephen F. Austin University in 2016.  His most recent book is The Killer's Dog, won the Elixir Press Fiction Prize. He has just retired as the Charles Degenstein Professor of Creative Writing and Director of the Writers institute at Susquehanna University.

Annie Finch is the author of more than twenty books and chapbooks of poetry, plays, translation, literary essays, textbooks and anthologies. Her books of poetry include Eve (Story Line Press, 1997), a finalist for both the Yale Series of Younger Poets and the National Poetry Series; Calendars (Tupelo Press, 2005), shortlisted for the Foreword Book of the Year Award;  and Spells: New and Selected Poems (Wesleyan University Press, 2013).  

J. M. Tyree is New England Review’s nonfiction editor as well as the author of Vanishing Streets: Journeys in London (Stanford University Press) and BFI Film Classics: Salesman (British Film Institute publishing and Palgrave/Macmillan), and coauthor of both Our Secret Life in the Movies (with Michael McGriff, A Strange Object) and BFI Film Classics: The Big Lebowski (BFI and Palgrave/Macmillan). Our Secret Life in the Movies was selected as an NPR Best Book of 2014.

 

Location: The Writer's Center
4508 Walsh Street
Bethesda, MD 20815
Fees: Free admission.
Contact: 301-654-8664 or post.master@writer.org
Calendar: Workshop & Event Calendar
Category: Open Door Reading
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