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Carr Reading Series continues with Stacey Levine

Come on by the Author’s Corner in the Illini Union Bookstore at 4:30 p.m. to hear award winning fiction writer Stacey Levine read from her work. Known for  flirting with the surreal and  engaging with human sexuality, taboo or otherwise, Levine’s work deals with aspects of our society that more traditional fiction cannot.  Not a bad way to spend your Monday afternoon.

From the 2009 Carr Reading Series Website:

Stacey Levine is the author of The Girl with Brown Fur(MacAdam Cage, 2009), My Horse and Other Stories (PEN/West Fiction Award, 1994), and the novels Dra– and Frances Johnson (finalist, Washington State Book Award, 2005). Her fiction has appeared in the Denver Quarterly, Fence, Tin House, Fairy Tale Review, Washington Review, Santa Monica Review, Yeti, and other venues. She has also contributed to the American Book Review, Bookforum, The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Fodor’s City Guides, The Stranger, The Chicago Reader, and other publications.


Be there, sucka!

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