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We are excited to announce that the first installment of the Spring 2014 Notre Dame MFA Student Reading Series will be held this Wednesday night!

First Year Readings

Three students from the Notre Dame MFA Program in Creative Writing will be reading at the University of Notre Dame at the Pool at Central High School, 330 W. Colfax Ave. Apt. #125, on March 5, 2014 at 7:30 p.m. This is the initial reading in the Spring 2014 Notre Dame MFA Student Reading Series, which seeks to showcase literary talent from the graduate Creative Writing program.

March 5
This reading will include the work of two fiction writers and one poet. Jace Brittain’s hyper-lyrical fiction finds inspiration from his travels in Germany and his readings of Franz Kafka, Thomas Bernhard, and Lydia Davis. For Brittain, the story is as much in its telling as it is in its plot. Suzi F. Garcia’s poetry has been published in the Yalobusha Review, Word Riot, and others. Her poetry is often somehow visceral and somewhat lilting, and expresses her interests in race, gender, and a relationship to the literary and theoretical canon. Garret Travis’s work earned him the John Ed Bradley and Matt Clark Awards for Fiction from Louisiana State University and has been published in the New Delta Review. His current novel-in-progress is set in a future dystopia and explores themes of surveillance, multimedia, and the effects of technological proliferation on the human experience.

We can’t wait to see you there!

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