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Digest: what’s happening Oct. 6-12

Welcome to the English department digest. Published on Fridays, the digest provides a comprehensive list of events for the upcoming week.

If you need to look further ahead, be sure to check out our calendar.

Week of October 6-12

Wednesday, October 8th

Mike Young, Gene Kwak, Peter Davis, and Austin Hayden will read at Village Green Records from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM.

The Writer’s Community weekly meeting will be held in RB 291 from 8:00 PM to 9:30 PM.

Friday, October 10th

Take 3 faculty lecture series presents Cathy Day, Lyn Jones, and Craig O’Hara, who will present their research from 4:30 to 6:00 PM in RB 361.

All faculty and students (undergrad and grad) are encouraged to attend events!

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Check out what happened LAST week in our Storify.

 

Have a great week!

Reading tonight!

Tonight, there will be a reading at Village Green Records at 7:30 PM to announce the release of the chapbook How to Get a Job as a Mermaid. The chapbook was written as a collaboration between Ashley Ford, Abby Hines, Lindsey LaVal, Layne Ransom, Elysia Smith, and Lora Thompson, all of whom will be reading from their works tonight. The chapbook will be available for $3.

After the reading, there will be a special showing of the film An Island—a short documentary about indie rock band Efterklang from Copenhagen, Denmark. Both events could take place either inside or outside the record store, depending on weather.

Student chapbook release reading tonight!

The Jackalope Wars by undergraduate student Jeremy Bauer

Tonight at Village Green Records (located in the Village at 519 North Martin Avenue), there will be a student-run poetry reading featuring undergraduate students Lindsey Laval, Tyler Gobble, and Jeremy Bauer, with introductions by Layne Ransom. The event is to celebrate the release of Jeremy Bauer’s chapbook of poems, The Jackalope Wars—made in conjunction with Stoked Press, and also its premier release. Stoked Press is an independent press geared towards producing chapbooks and other small-run releases. It is the fledgling project of Tyler Gobble, president of Writers Community and active member of the Muncie literary community in general. The Jackalope Wars will be available for purchase at the event for $4 each.

For information on student, faculty, and department events, keep watching, BSU!