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The final MFA reading of the spring 2016 semester will take place Wednesday, March 16, 2016, so don’t miss out on your last chance to hear our own talented emerging writers read their creative works!

The reading will take place in 207 Debartolo Hall  at 7:30 pm, and will feature first year poet Kelsey Castaneda and first year fiction writers Thomson Guster and Bailey Pittenger.


About these writers:

Kelsey Castaneda’s current poetry project is a feminist yawp that experiments with erasure and translation of Classical authors like Ovid and Vergil.

Thomson Guster just echoes stuff he’s heard and apes stuff he’s seen, but you won’t be able to tell—not with the encryption he’s used.

Bailey Pittenger’s current prose project is a blend of ingredients from translation, Audubon field guides, and miscommunications.


This reading is free and open to the public, so be there or be square!

All the best,


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