ach semester, the Department of English and Mass Communications sponsors poets, novelists, prose writers, or creative non-fiction authors to visit campus and present readings of their latest works. Past writers presented in the series have included Scott Hightower, John Gery, Richard Katrovas, Diane Vance, and Laurel Black. The readings are announced at the beginning of each semester and are free and open to the public
ANNOUNCING THE FALL 2013 WRITERS SERIES EVENT!
Melanie Faith will read selections from her new work, Catching the Send-off Train.
Thursday, October 24
The reading is free and open to the public
Refreshments will be served
Hosted by the Department of English and Communications
Melanie Faith holds an MFA from Queens University of Charlotte, NC and a BA from Wilson College. Her writing has been nominated twice for the Pushcart Prize. She is a writing tutor at a college preparatory high school in rural Pennsylvania and an online creative writing instructor. Her third poetry chapbook, Catching the Send-off Train, was published by Wordrunner eChapbooks as their summer 2013 selection. Her poems, essays, and fiction have been published in the past year at Vermillion Literary Project, Linden Avenue, Aldrich Press, The New Writer, Foliate Oak, Origami Poems Project, Star 82 Review, and Words Dance.