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Bethesda Magazine's 2017 Best of Bethesda Editors' Pick for "Best Place for Literary Inspiration"

 

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Santa Fe Writers Project

Sun, 2 Oct, 2016 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Celebrate three authors whose first books have been published by the Santa Fe Writers Project. Daniel M. Ford reads from Ordination, book one in the Paladin Trilogy. He is joined by novelist Brandon Wicks, author of American Fallout, and Tara Laskowski, who reads from her engrossing collection of short stories, Bystanders.

Tara Laskowski is the author of Modern Manners For Your Inner Demons (Matter Press 2012) and the forthcoming Bystanders (Santa Fe Writers Project 2016). Her fiction has been published in the Norton anthology Flash Fiction International, Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine, Mid-American Review, and numerous other journals, magazines, and anthologies. She was awarded the Kathy Fish Fellowship from SmokeLong Quarterly in 2009, and won the grand prize for the 2010 Santa Fe Writers Project Literary Awards Series. Since 2010, she has been the editor of SmokeLong Quarterly

Brandon Wicks studied creative writing at George Mason University, where he received his M.F.A. He serves as an associate editor for SmokeLong Quarterly and teaches at the Community College of Philadelphia. American Fallout is his first novel.

Daniel M. Ford was born and raised near Baltimore, Maryland. He holds an M.A. in Irish Literature from Boston College and an M.F.A. in Creative Writing, concentrating in Poetry, from George Mason University. As a poet, his work has appeared most recently in Soundings Review, as well as Phoebe, Floorboard Review, The Cossack, and Vending Machine Press. He teaches English at a college prep high school in northeastern Maryland. Ordination is his first novel. 


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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