Monday, September 10, 2007
Please join us on Thursday, October 4 at 7 p.m. for the next reading in the Community and World Literary Series at California State University, San Marcos, featuring William Luvaas.
The reading will be held on the Cal State San Marcos campus in the Grand Salon (Room 113) of the M. Gordon Clarke Field House. The event is free and open to the public, but there is a fee for on-campus parking.
William Luvaas’s short story collection A Working Man’s Apocrypha has just been published by University of Oklahoma Press. He has also published two novels, The Seductions of Natalie Bach (Little, Brown) and Going Under (Putnam). His short fiction, essays and articles have appeared in many publications and anthologies, including The American Literary Review, Antioch Review, Confrontation, Glimmer Train, Harper's Weekly, North American Review, San Diego Reader, San Francisco Chronicle, Short Story, The Sun, Thema, The Village Voice, Paraspheres, Pretext, and American Fiction. Luvaas received an MFA from San Diego State University and stayed on there to teach Creative Writing and Literature for ten years. He has also taught at The Writer's Voice in New York and The University of California, Riverside, and served as Fiction Coordinator for New York State Poets in Public Service. He has been a carpenter, pipe maker, window washer, craftsman and freelance journalist. He currently resides on Chinaberry Farm in Riverside County, California, with his wife Lucinda, a visual artist and film maker.
Thursday, October 4, 7 p.m.
Grand Salon (Room 113)
M. Gordon Clarke Field House
California State University, San Marcos
333 S. Twin Oaks Valley Rd.
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