Come one, come all to a WIP (Works in Progress) Reading!
The Works-in-Progress (WIP) Reading Series started nearly a decade ago at Maggie Golston’s independent bookstore Biblio on Congress Street, where graduate students of The University of Arizona Creative Writing Program read their poetry and prose to fellow writers and the Tucson community at-large. To this day, the series is student-run and initiated. WIP provides graduate students of all genres a public space and forum to read their work. Light refreshments will be provided by WIP, but feel free to BYOB.
On Friday, October 31st at 7m, WIP will be hosting these talented writers at Casa Libre:
Lucas Wildner lives in Tucson. Occasionally he teaches high school students. Occasionally he writes poems.
Sara Wolfe Vaughan grew up in a place called Prescott Valley–a wonderland of dying ranches, evangelical Christians, and lots of retired people–the place where the deer and the antelope roam. Probably, best known as a Lovecraft aficionado who writes eerie stories set deep within alternate realities, Sara is a fiction writer who isn’t afraid to let the little things, like rats, dolls, and taxidermied birds, bask in the spotlight.Click here for further information on future events.