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Fall 2014 readings in the Community and World Literary Series:

October 9: Toni Jensen

WHERE? - CSUSM, University Student Union 2310

WHEN? - 7 pm

Toni Jensen's first story collection, From the Hilltop, was published through the Native Storiers Series at the University of Nebraska Press. Her stories have been published in journals such as Fiction International and Passages North and have been anthologized in New Stories from the South, Best of the Southwest, and Best of the West: Stories from the Wide Side of the Missouri. Her short story "At the Powwow Hotel" won Nimrod International Literary Journal's Katherine Anne Porter Prize for Fiction. She is Métis, and she teaches creative writing at the University of Arkansas.

FUTURE READINGS:

November 13: Sandra Simonds (and probably also Gina Myers)

December 4: William Luvaas

More details will be available soon!

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CONGRATULATIONS TO PROFESSOR MARTHA STODDARD HOLMES, the 2012 - 2013 Harry E. Brakebill Distinguished Professor at CSU San Marcos, who was recently featured on a website dedicated to outstanding faculty in the California State University!


1913 a journal of forms and 1913 Press are concerned with the intersections between art forms, locating a possible parallel between the early modern moment and our own, publishing contemporary works of poetry, prose, art, and translation from some of today’s most engaging artists in beautiful book-as-art-object form.

Newly housed in CSUSM’s Literature & Writing Studies department, 1913 serves as an experiential learning opportunity for our students.

Please contact Professor Sandra Doller for more information.


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