TW Reading Series

We’ve Got to Move

Nov 04, 2015

Novel Excerpt by Sanderia Faye

We were going to meet every Sunday after church service, Christians and sinners alike till we got the job done.

Writing and Faith, Novel Excerpts, TW Reading Series | Read More

The Land I’ll Never Own

Jun 03, 2015

Personal Essay by Peter H. Kahn, Jr.

Our lives need to go beyond looking. Life with nature needs to be meaningful.

Writer's Life, Nature, TW Reading Series | Read More

Rachel Carson Was Not Alone

Apr 20, 2015

Book Review by Shealeen A. Meaney

An array of women’s voices challenge what counts as environmental literature.

Book Reviews, Nature, TW Reading Series | Read More

Rewiring Our Interior Lives

Apr 06, 2015

Book Excerpt by Douglas Coupland

The Internet has burrowed inside my head and laid eggs, and it feels like they’re all hatching.

Media Debate, Nature, TW Reading Series | Read More

Notebook for a Novel

Mar 09, 2015

Fragmentary Writing by Stacy Carlson

I face the same old hyena in my mind: you’re weak, empty, delusional, small in heart.

Memoir, Letters and Journals, TW Reading Series | Read More

Viola's Speech

Mar 09, 2015

Novel Excerpt by James Tadd Adcox

What we interpret as entropy is only our preference for one state of matter over another.

Flash Fiction, Novel Excerpts, TW Reading Series | Read More

Sparkly Plans, Grease, and Luck

Feb 23, 2015

Flash Novella Excerpt by Meg Pokrass

On our stoop, luck clears its throat like a Mormon missionary and walks away.

Flash Fiction, TW Reading Series | Read More

The Craft of Flash Novella Writing

Feb 23, 2015

Essay by Meg Pokrass

The novella-in-flash, divided into tiny bits of action, mirrors life this way.

Advice, About Fiction, TW Reading Series | Read More

The Tea Party of Lewis Carroll

Nov 24, 2014

Chapbook Excerpt by William Todd Seabrook

'You will not make it to heaven on jokes alone,' the Bishop said.

Writing and Faith, Flash Fiction, TW Reading Series | Read More

Hadestown

Oct 27, 2014

Prose Poem Excerpt by Kim Triedman

There are no signposts here; I can no longer remember the names of my children.

Prose Poetry, TW Reading Series | Read More

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