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“Topograph”: An Anthology Celebrating The Novello Festival Of ReadingFebruary 24, 2011 6:30 PMSykes Auditorium
This event is free.
Charlotte ViewPoint, Novello Festival Press, the Queens MFA in Creative Writing program and The Arts at Queens host a reading of "Topograph," a literary anthology celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Novello Festival of Reading. The anthology offers a fresh sketch of the current Southern literary landscape, including one-minute stories, fractured prose poems, fragmented pulp fiction and inventively structured memoirs. The book is a collaboration between Novello Festival Press and Charlotte ViewPoint, a community-based nonprofit organization that advances metropolitan ideas and art. Book contributors include MFA faculty Alan Michael Parker and Katherine Min. Prior to the reading, editor Jeff Jackson will answer audience questions about literary publishing and editing.
Q & A with editor Jeff Jackson: 6:30 p.m.
Reading by anthology authors: 7:30 p.m.
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