About Working Dog - The Graduate Student Reading Series
Working Dog is our graduate student reading series that features the most engaging, bustling,
and fresh poems and prose coming out of the Department of English and the Creative
Writing Program. Graduate writers are encouraged to privilege new work and bold performance.
Readings are open to the public and held roughly once-a-month during the academic
year. Refreshments are served.
- Tuesday, October 6, 6:30-7:30pm: David Shields in conversation with Paisley Rekdal,
followed by Q&A (“hosted” by Paisley’s CNF workshop)
- Wednesday, October 21, 4:35-7:30pm: Diana Khoi Nguyen in conversation with Mei-mei
Berssenbrugge, followed by Q&A (“hosted” by Kate’s poetry workshop)
- Tuesday, November 12, 2:00-3:00pm: Elena Passarello doing something cool, followed
by Q&A (“hosted” by Michael’s fiction workshop)
*Tentative schedule for Fall 2020. Adjustments will be made as we figure out how to
accommadate our events with virtual presentations and social distancing.
Connect with us!
Direct any questions, concerns, or kudos for the Working Dog Reading Series to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Amy Sailer
- Daniel Uncapher
- Jace Brittain
- Matty Layne Glasgow
- Max Schleicher
- Sam Thilén