The Conium Review‘s Managing Editor, James R. Gapinski, will be presenting at Grub Street‘s annual “The Muse & The Marketplace Conference” in Boston, MA. His presentation, titled “Beyond the Seven Basic Plots: An Exploration of Experimental Writing,” is slated for Saturday, May 2nd at 12:00pm.
You can find the full conference schedule here: http://museandthemarketplace2015.com/full-schedule/
And you can register for the conference here: http://museandthemarketplace2015.com/register/
The Conium Review‘s Managing Editor, James R. Gapinski, will present at the upcoming Engaging Practices: A University of Massachusetts Boston Conference on the Teaching of Composition.
The presentation, titled “New Media and the Role of Video Games in Composition Classrooms,” is scheduled for Saturday, March 28th at 1:45pm at UMass’s Boston campus.
James teaches composition and writing at Bunker Hill Community College, and his teaching methods incorporate a number of new technologies. Presentation highlights include discussions of video games as literature, ludo narrative, interactive fiction, and new literacies in college-level composition programs.
Susan Lynch (one of our Associate Editors) will be reading at the Richard Hugo House in Seattle, WA on Saturday, April 26th. She’s reading as part of the Lit.mustest reading series.
The night’s featured reader is Carol Casella. She is the author of three novels: Oxygen (Simon & Schuster, 2008), Healer (Simon & Schuster, 2010), and Gemini (Simon & Schuster, 2014).
Where: Richard Hugo House, 1634 11th Ave, Seattle, Washington 98122
When: 7:00pm to 10:00pm on Saturday, April 26th.
This is an all-ages event open to the public.
There will be a cash bar.
Admission is free.
Parking is available at Hugo House. Street parking is free around Cal Anderson Park after 6pm.
Find this event on Facebook.
During AWP, Stefanie Torres will represent Beecher’s on a panel organized by The Conium Review. And you can find Beecher’s elsewhere during the conference.
Stop by booth V13 to say “hi” to Beecher’s editors.
Be sure to stop by the University of Kansas & Beecher’s Reading March 1st, from 9:00am to 10:15am on the Robert Muroff Bookfair Stage, Washington State Convention Center, Level 4. Readers include Katie Savage, Kelly Barth, Anne Royston, and Mary Stone Dockery.
Come support theNewerYork at the 2014 AWP conference.
Joshua S. Raab (editor of theNewerYork) will be on a panel organized by The Conium Review on Feb. 27th, from 3:00 to 4:15 in Western New England MFA Annex, Level 3, Room 301.
Josh is also on another panel “Don’t Just Stand There and Read: Literary Events That Go Beyond the Usual,” Feb. 27th, from 12:00 to 1:15 in the Washington State Convention Center, Level 6, Room 613/614.
You can also find theNewerYork at booth 1604 throughout the bookfair.
Lastly, theNewerYork is putting on a literary carnival on Feb. 28th, sponsored by Submittable! Join the writers and editors of theNewerYork from 6:00pm to 8:00pm at Caffe Umbria, 320 Occidental Ave. S. Readers/performers include John Mortara, Kevin Sampsell, Rose McAleese, Eric Lloyd Blix, Christopher Morgan, Mollie Boutell, Kayla Pongrac, John J. Rause, Eric Howerton, and Margaret Eaton. Get more details on Facebook.
We’ll be there. Will you?
Manuel Gonzales (author of The Miniature Wife and the judge for The Conium Review‘s Innovative Short Fiction Contest) will be reading at a Riverhead Books event during AWP.
Room 618/619/620, Washington State Convention Center, Level 6
Saturday, March 1, 2014
1:30 pm to 2:45 pm
Since its founding, Riverhead Books has published the freshest, most memorable and diverse new voices in literary fiction. Riverhead authors have won Pulitzer Prizes, National Book Critics Circle Awards, Story Prizes, and been named to Granta’s Best of Young British Novelists, the National Book Foundation’s 5 Under 35, and the New Yorker’s 20 Under 40, among many other distinctions. Four of Riverhead’s acclaimed writers will read and discuss their work with Riverhead’s director of publicity.
The other readers are Nami Mun (author of Miles from Nowhere), Danielle Evans (author of Before You Suffocate Your Own Fool Self), and The Train to Lo Wu and Nobody Ever Gets Lost).
Jynne Dilling Martin moderates this session.