What: The Creative Writing Reading Series at Saint Mary's College is proud to present a group reading by several of our second-year Master's of Fine Arts students.
CHALLEN CLARKE is a native Northern Californian living in Oakland. She graduated from the University of San Francisco Summa Cum Laude in 2005 and is currently earning her M.F.A. in creative nonfiction. She is the recipient of the Jim Townsend and the Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz scholarships and is a Saint Mary's Teaching Fellow.
REBECCA GUYON is a poet. Before joining the M.F.A. program, she graduated from The George Washington University in 2004 and spent two years writing for a weekly newspaper in Pleasanton where she spent an inordinate amount of time covering the happenings of police dogs. She hails from unincorporated Alameda County (Castro Valley) and is proud to finally make her home in incorporated Alameda County (Oakland). She spends her free time taking long walks on College Avenue and defending the East Bay against San Francisco hegemony.
ANGELA HUME grew up in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Her poetry has appeared in The Portland Review, The Berkeley Poetry Review, and Flyway Literary Review. Today she lives and writes in Oakland.
JULIET KINCADE is from New Mexico. She is currently living in the Bay Area with her partner and working on a novel.
JOHN PRINDLE's fiction recipe: one cup Edgar Allan Poe, two cups low-budget science fiction, a dash of Twilight Zone, and a pinch of A Clockwork Orange. Mix ingredients thoroughly. Bake at 350 degrees until a new story rises.
JASON SATTLER, serious writer person, used to have a bio that made him sound accomplished yet humble. But he lost it. Volunteer to read his stories: http://www.dosmasks.com/.
When: Wednesday, April 16 at 7:30 p.m.
Where: Soda Center, Saint Mary's College of California, 1928 St. Mary's Rd., Moraga
Contact: MFA Program (925) 631-4457