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A Reading Celebrating Vol. 7 of The Delmarva Review

Sunday, October 12, 2014 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

The Writer’s Center is pleased to present a reading by six authors in the new issue of The Delmarva Review, at 2 p.m., Sunday, October 12. They will read from work published this month in the seventh edition. Editors will be available to answer questions about the authors and the submission process. A reception follows.

The authors who will read include Randon Billings Noble, Mary Lide, and Linda Morefield reading nonfiction; Meg Hunter reading poetry, and Ellen Prentiss Campbell reading short fiction.

The Review’s new edition includes the prose and poetry of 40 contributors from 14 states, the District of Columbia, and Italy. It welcomes all writers of literary work.

 

The Delmarva Review Volume 7

 



Ellen Prentiss Campbell, of Rockville, MD – Short Fiction, “Entangled Objects” Her fiction, essays, and reviews have appeared in journals including The Massachusetts Review, Potomac Review, Iron Horse, and The Fiction Writer’s Review. She received an MFA from Bennington College, in Vermont, and four fellowships at The Virginia Center for Creative Arts.Website: www.ellencampbell.net.

 

 

Linda Morefield, of Alexandria, VA – Nonfiction, “The Graveyard of Books.” She is a writer, editor, and teacher, says she is thrilled to be published in The Delmarva Review. She has also published short fiction, personal essays, book reviews and interviews. She lives in Virginia with her husband and the felonious rescue dog, Montoya.


Randon Billings Noble, of Washington, D.C. – Nonfiction, “Widow Fantasies.” She is an essayist. Her work has appeared in or is forthcoming from The New York Times; The Massachusetts Review; The Millions; Brain, Child; Rain Taxi Review of Books; The Georgia Review; Shenandoah and elsewhere.  She is a nonfiction reader for r.kv.r.y quarterly and Reviews Editor at PANK. Website: www.randonbillingsnoble.com.

 

 

Meg Hunter, of Alexandria, VA – Poetry, six poems. She is a special educator in Charles County, Maryland.  She holds a M.S. inSpecial Education from Dowling College, and a B.A. in English from the University of Maryland, where she lived in the Jimenez-Porter Writers' House.  Her poems have appeared in The Long Island Quarterly, Xanadu, PPA Literary Review, and the anthologies A Decade of Scribblers, Whispers and Shouts, and Perspectives 2.

Mary Lide, of Rockville, MD – Nonfiction, “A Wake.” She lives in Rockville and is currently in the MFA program for creative writing at Fairfield University, with a focus in nonfiction. 

Emily Rich, of Arlington, VA – Nonfiction, “Retrieving My Belongings.” She is the nonfiction editor at Little Patuxent Review. Her work has been published in Little Patuxent Review, Welter, Green Briar Review, River Poet's Journal and Not Your Mother's Book. She has an essay in the upcoming issue of The Pinch.





 

 

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