State Street Reading Series – May 2016

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Widener University and the Media Arts Council present the State Street Reading Series – a recurring literary event at the Media Arts Center featuring writers reading their work live to community members “Listening to authors read their work, is like listening to musicians play their music – both, masters sharing a personal craft.” Courtney Bambrick Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/courtney.k.bambrick Twitter: https://twitter.com/CourtneyKBamboo Jim Breslin Website: http://www.jimbreslin.com/ …

State Street Reading Series – March 2016

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Widener University and the Media Arts Council present the State Street Reading Series – a recurring literary event at the Media Arts Center featuring writers reading their work live to community members “Listening to authors read their work, is like listening to musicians play their music – both, masters sharing a personal craft.” Carmen Maria Mercado Website Facebook M. Nzadi Keita Website …

State Street Reading Series – November 2015

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Widener University and the Media Arts Council present the State Street Reading Series – a recurring literary event at the Media Arts Center featuring writers reading their work live to community members. Alan Drew is the author of Gardens of Water, a novel, and In the News, a novella. He is an Associate Professor of English and Creative Writing at Villanova University. Nathalie Anderson is the author …

State Street Reading Series – September 2015

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Widener University and the Media Arts Council present the State Street Reading Series – a recurring literary event at the Media Arts Center featuring writers reading their work live to community members. Michael Cocchiarale is Associate Professor of English at Widener University. He is the author of Still Time, a collection of twenty-five short and shorter stories exploring tensions that arise …