Past events

February 12-14
AWP Conference
Chicago, IL

March 30
Western Carolina University Spring Literary Festival
Asheville, North Carolina

April 17
Cornell University
Ithaca NY

April 19
Fox Cities Book Festival
Appleton, Wisconsin

Tuesday, June 23rd
Solstice Summer Writers Conference
Pine Manor College (just outside Boston)
Reading:  7:30 PM in the Founder’s Room

October 9-11th, time TBA
Southern Festival of Books
A Celebration of the Written Word
presented by Humanities Tennessee
War Memorial Auditorium/Tennessee Capitol
Nashville, TN

April 8th
Florida Book Award
Medalist Reading
Orlando, FL
Florida Library Association Conference

April 13th, 8 PM
Lyric Hybrid:  A Conversation with UM Authors
CAS Gallery, U of Miami. Coral Gables

June 18, 6pm
Southeastern Wisconsin Festival of the Book

June 19, 9am-2pm
AllWriters Celebrity Saturday Workshop
Point of View: The Outside

June 22, 7pm
Wisconsin Conservatory of Music (co-sponsored by Boswell Books)

June 23rd, 7pm
Reading: Barnes and Noble
Skokie, IL

September 16, 7pm
Reading: Inkwood Books
Tampa, FL

September 23, TBA
Reading: SIBA
Daytona Beach, FL

October, 14th, 7pm
Reading: Florida International University
Miami, FL

One comment

  1. Hi Ms. Ansay,

    I’m the faculty adviser for THE ALLEGHENY REVIEW. Once upon a time you were a charming undergraduate and you published some of (what I presume was) your first work here. You are in very good company, by the way. David Foster Wallace published his first story with us, and over the years we’ve printed the very early work of Ander Monson, Victoria Chang, Jon Poch, Ben Marcus, and many others.

    We’re about to publish our 30th anniversary issue and are hoping to dedicate a section of that issue to work by past contributors, like you, who’ve gone on to make a life in literature. Would you have a previously unpublished poem or rather short bit of prose we might consider? If so, please send it (along with a recent bio statement) to this email address:

    There is one catch: we’d need it very soon, since the rest of the issue (featuring undergraduate writing) is already complete and we’re heading into the initial stages of typesetting.

    Thanks for your consideration. And if you’re attending the AWP conference in Chicago, stop by and say hello to our staff. They love to visit with past contributors.

    Christopher Bakken

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