Art student Jordan VanSise, who served seven months as a Marine in Iraq, beat all other U.S. college student photographers and will compete as one of 10 finalists at a world photography contest in April 2014.
Tuesday, November 13, 2012, 7:30 pm
The Old Library, BP John Admin. Bldg.
Free and open to the public.
Fiction writer Natalie Serber reads from her recent debut story collection, Shout Her Lovely Name (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt).
Serber's work has appeared in The Bellingham Review, Fourth Genre, Third Coast, Inkwell and others. Her awards include Tobias Wolff Award, H.E. Francis Award, and the John Steinbeck Award, all for fiction. She also received a finalist mention for the Annie Dillard Creative Nonfiction Award, and a short-list mention in Best American Short Stories.
She is currently at work on a novel about the geometry of family life, the families we are born into and the families we create and sustain by choice. She also teaches fiction writing courses at Marylhurst University.
The series is sponsored by Marylhurst's English Literature and Writing program and supported by the Thomas Binford Endowment Fund for Writing.