Literary Readings

Fairbanks Arts Association is the proud host
of the oldest literary reading series in Alaska.

Saturday January 20th,  7 PM

Bear Gallery, 3rd Floor of the Alaska Centennial Center for the Arts, Pioneer Park 2300 Airport Way Fairbanks, AK 99701

 

Fairbanks Arts’ Literary Reading Series 2018 is proud to feature Alaskan contributors from The Northern Review Journal.

 

The kick-off Fairbanks Arts reading for 2018 features Alaskan contributors to the latest Northern Review 46 Cover2issue of The Northern Review Journal. The Northern Review is a peer reviewed, multi-disciplinary journal exploring human experience in the Circumpolar North and is published at Yukon College in Whitehorse.

Featured readers include: Kyle Mellen, Jason Namey, Dixon Jones, Linda Schandelmeier, Leslie McCartney, Carolyn Kremers, Jeremy Pataky, and Susan Sugai.

Guest editor of this special literary edition of The Northern Review, Eric Heyne, will act as MC for the evening.

Guest editors: Maureen Long, Andrew Richardson & Jamella Hagen (of Yukon College) & Eric Heyne (UAF)

This event is free and open to the public.

 

Published open access online (as well as in print): journals.sfu.ca/nr

On Twitter @ReviewNorthern & Facebook @thenorthernreview

 

Cover credit: un petit bouchon by Lara Melnik | laramelnik.com

 


 

Saturday February 3rd, 7 PM

Bear Gallery, 3rd Floor of the Alaska Centennial Center for the Arts, Pioneer Park 2300 Airport Way Fairbanks, AK 99701

Fairbanks Arts’ Literary Reading Series 2018 is proud to feature Erica Watson.

EricaWatson

 

Erica will be reading from a series of short essays, “End Words,” “What We Know,” “Self-Regulation,” and a portion of “Infinitivo.” Her writing has appeared in various Journals and websites, and focuses on landscape and language, the intersection of the natural and human-made worlds, relationships, and technology. Her work has appeared most recently in Tin House’s Flash Fidelity, ROAR Feminist, and terrain.org. She is currently working on her first book manuscript, and works for an environmental nonprofit.

 

This event is free and open to the public.

ericawatson.wordpress.com

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