Words After War Workshop Reading

Attend the Words After War Workshop Reading on May 8, 8-10pm as the crew celebrates the end of the semester with a public reading of student work. All are welcome!

The Words After War writing workshop is an 8-week MFA-style writing workshop, with instructor Matt Gallagher, in partnership with the NYU Cultures of War Research Collaborative. 
The workshop offers high-quality literary instruction to the NYC community, fostering a space for developing craft, critique, and connection. The mission is to bring veterans and civilians together to examine war through literature, and they are committed to building a literary community that is inclusive and diverse.

Matt Gallagher is the author of the novel Youngblood, published in February 2016 by Atria/​Simon & Schuster and a finalist for the 2016 Dayton Literary Peace Prize. A former U.S. Army captain, Matt's work has appeared in The New York Times, The Atlantic, The Paris Review Daily and Wired, among other places. A graduate of Wake Forest University, Matt also holds an MFA in fiction from Columbia University.

RSVP here.

WHEN
May 08, 2019 at 8pm - 10pm
WHERE
Swift Hibernian Lounge
34 E 4th St
New York, NY 10003
United States
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