Dogwood Bloom Reading Series
Though they only flower in the spring, the dogwood trees that surround the English department in Ellis Hall are beautiful year-round.
The series opens on September 28th with readings from essayist Sarah Einstein, fiction writer Jason Jordan, and poet Devon Ortega.
On November 30th, essayist Liz Christman, fiction writer Alex Dannemiller, and poet Patrick Swaney will read from their work.
The series closes with a night of poetry and creative nonfiction as essayists Kyle Capogna and Wes Roj and poets Brad Modlin and Melissa Queen read on April 5th.
The Dogwood Bloom Reading Series takes place at 7:00 pm in Alden Library, 3rd Floor, Faculty Commons.
Dogwood Bloom is a student-run creative writing reading series that allows current second-year graduate students to showcase their work.
All Dogwood Bloom events are free and open to the public.
If you have any questions about the Dogwood Bloom reading series, kindly email Patrick Swaney.