Location: St. Francis College, 182 Remsen St.,
The Power of Short Stories
In our age of constant distraction, there is still always time to read a story. In fact, a story is often the best form of distraction. So it isn’t surprising that outlets for short stories are thriving, and they are publishing some of the most powerful and pioneering fiction today. A group of writers discuss the art of short fiction, their creative processes, and the evolving literary landscape (both in print and online).
Panelists: Nicole Haroutunian, Author, Speed Dreaming; Lincoln Michel, Author, Upright Beasts; Justin Taylor, Author, Flings; Daniel Torday, Author, The Last Flight of Poxl West
Moderator: Mark Krotov, Editor, Melville House