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New Meetup: Speaker Daniel Robinson, Author of The Shadow of Violence and After the Fire

From: Ben W.
Sent on: Wednesday, October 20, 2010 12:23 PM
Announcing a new Meetup for NoCo Writers Group!

What: Speaker Daniel Robinson, Author of The Shadow of Violence and After the Fire

When: Thursday, November 11,[masked]:30 PM

Where: The f/stop cafe
400 N. College Ave.
Fort Collins, CO 80524

Come join us at our old hang out F-Stop Cafe to hear Daniel Robinson, CSU faculty, author of two books and many other short works of fiction and scholarly writings. He will read from his new novella, The Shadow of Violence, winner of the Clay Reynolds Novella Prize for 2009, speak on writing, creativity and the publication process. After there will be a question and answer session.

F-Stop Cafe will be opening specially for this event so let's have a great turn out. Show your gratitude by coming early to get some coffee or specialty tea.

"Daniel Robinson, B.S., Forest Management Sciences, Colorado State University; M.A., English, Colorado State University. Ph.D., Fiction Writing, University of Denver. He teaches composition, literature, American literature, American studies, and the undergraduate Advanced Fiction Workshop. His publications include his novel After the Fire (The Lyons Press, 2003), and short fiction published in literary reviews including MacGuffin, Pacific Review, Faultline, and Santa Clara Review. He has published literary scholarship on Ernest Hemingway, Jack Kerouac, Tim O'Brien, Alice Walker, and others in journals such as The Hemingway Review, Connecticut Review, and Critique. His creative non-fiction essays have been published in Florida Keys Magazine and Wildland Firefighter. He is presently at work on another novel, a short story collection, and scholarship on Ernest Hemingway, and Cormac McCarthy." ...CSU Website

Look forward to seeing you all there.

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