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Indy WordLab Meetup

Indy Wordlab is a monthly reading series/open writing workshop. A local writer reads their work, takes questions, and offers a writing experiment, Attendees take 30-40 minutes to write on the prompt, and then reconvene in small groups to share their work.

This month, Robert Yune takes the stage. Robert Yune was born in Seoul, South Korea. As a Navy brat, he moved 11 times by the age of 18. He writes mostly about animals and people trying to escape from perilous situations. 

Yune's fiction has been published in The Kenyon ReviewAvery, and The Los Angeles Review, among others. His novel Eighty Days of Sunlight is forthcoming from Thought Catalog Books. In 2009, he received a fellowship from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts. Yune currently lives in Pittsburgh.



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  • Erik D.

    This may have been the best Word Lab I've been to yet, and that includes the one I lead.

    3 · August 4, 2014

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