Four Stories Boston Spring 2018: The New Venue!
6pm | May 21, 2018 | The Burren, Sommerville, MA
Join Four Stories in our new venue at The Burren in Davis Square! Featuring readings by:
- Emily Franklin, author of numerous books for adults and for teens. Her work has been published in the New York Times and The Boston Globe, read aloud on National Public Radio, named notable by the Association of Jewish Libraries, and long-listed for the London Sunday Times EFG Short Story Award.
- Maria Pinto, former student of creative writing at Brandeis University and winner of fellowships by the Writers’ Room of Boston and The Mastheads. Her work has appeared in Necessary Fiction, Cleaver, and FriGG, among other journals. When she’s not reading fiction for FLAPPERHOUSE or walking dogs, she’s in the woods hunting mushrooms.
- Shubha Sunder, Massachusetts Cultural Council Fellow, a Grub Street instructor, and an associate fiction editor of West Branch. Her writing has appeared in Lenny Letter, Crazyhorse, Narrative Magazine, and Michigan Quarterly Review. She recently completed her first novel, titled Boomtown Girl, set in her hometown of Bangalore, India.
- Sam Witt, the author of three poetry collections, including Everlasting Quail, winner of the Katherine Nason Bakeless Prize, and 2018’s Little Domesday Clock. Witt has published widely, edited the poetry anthology Devouring the Green: Fear of a Human Planet, and has won the Red Hen Press Poetry Award, the Pitch Poetry Award and the Meridian Editors’ Prize. Witt is currently Associate Professor of English, Creative Writing at Framingham State University.