Glass Mountain is excited to join with Gulf Coast to present a new series of craft talks. These monthly discussions (that come with lunch!) are for undergraduate and graduate writers in the UH Creative Writing Program and will feature a grad student in the CWP talking about some aspect of writing.
The first talk will be on Monday, March 7, at 1pm. Graduate student Adrienne Perry, current editor of Gulf Coast, will be speaking on using setting as a tool in your writing. This topic is relevant whether you are a short story writer or poet, focused on science fiction or traditional literature, just starting out or working on your tenth project. The talk will be taking place in the Graduate Library on the second floor of Roy Cullen.
Space will be limited, so reserve your spot and lunch by sending your RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions can also be sent that way. For more information on Gulf Coast, please visit www.gulfcoastmag.org.