Voices of the Rainbow: New Event Added to Spring 2008 Schedule
The Annual Adjuncts & Graduate Students Reading
Wednesday, April 9, 2008
Humanities Building, 4th Floor Lounge
Margot Marie Nasti
Pamela Sneed, who teaches in the Speech and Theatre Department, has been featured in many venues, including the New York Times Magazine, the New Yorker, the Source, and Time Out. She has performed her work internationally and is the author of Imagine Being More Afraid of Freedom Than Slavery.
Lara Stapleton, who teaches in the English Department, is the author of The Lowest Blue Flame Before Nothing (a PEN Open Book Award winner), Juncture, and recently The Thirdest World: Stories and Essays by Three Filipino Writers (with Gina Apostol and Eric Gamalinda).
Margot Marie Nasti is a graduate student in the English Department's MFA program in creative writing. She has read her poetry in various locations and has published in the chapbook Buttons -n- Boots. She is the editor of Blue Leaf Press.
Please come and support your teachers, students, and colleagues. Light refreshments will be served.
Funding provided by the Provost's Office; the English Department; and the Department of Communication Studies, Performance Studies and Theatre.