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The MFA Program schedule of lectures and readings

The MFA Program for Writers at Warren Wilson College
Public Schedule – Winter 2007

The public is welcome to attend the morning lectures and evening readings in fiction and poetry offered during the Warren Wilson College Master of Fine Arts Program for Writers’ winter residency. Events last approximately one hour. Admission is free. For more information, call the MFA Office: (828) 771-3715.

Readings will begin at 8:15 pm in the Fellowship Hall behind the Chapel unless indicated otherwise.

The schedule is subject to change.



READINGS – 8:15pm
by MFA faculty and graduating students

Wednesday, January 3
Maud Casey, Debra Allbery, Alexander Parsons, Eleanor Wilner

Thursday, January 4
Stacey D’Erasmo, Mark Jarman, Danzy Senna, Stephen Dobyns

Friday, January 5
Jennifer Grotz, Percival Everett, Brooks Haxton, Kevin McIlvoy

Saturday, January 6
Victor LaValle, Betty Adcock, Megan Staffel, Steve Orlen

Sunday, January 7—in Gladfelter, Canon Lounge
Rick Barot, Adria Bernardi, Marianne Boruch, Robert Boswell

Monday, January 8, 5:30-7:00pm
Reception and faculty reading at Malaprop’s Bookstore/Café, 55 Haywood
Street, Asheville

Tuesday, January 9
Charles D’Ambrosio, Tony Hoagland, David Haynes, Ellen Bryant Voigt

Wednesday, January 10
Maurice Manning, Debra Spark, Martha Rhodes, Peter Turchi

Thursday, January 11
Graduating student readings: Leslie Blanco, Thad Logan, Anna Clark, Kathy
Alma Peterson,
Jason Githens

Friday, January 12 (4:30pm, followed by Graduation Ceremony)
Graduating student readings: Jeneva Stone, Catherine Brown, Catherine
Williamson, Bora Reed


Faculty Lectures
by Warren Wilson MFA faculty follows:

The MFA Program for Writers at Warren Wilson College
In the Fellowship Hall behind the College Chapel unless indicated otherwise.


Thursday, January 4, 11:15am
MARIANNE BORUCH: Is and Was

Friday, January 5, 10:30am
DEBRA SPARK: Size Matters

Saturday, January 6, 10:30 am
ELEANOR WILNER: "Like a piece of ice on a hot stove, a poem must ride on its own melting…." (Frost)

Sunday, January 7, 10:30am
KEVIN McILVOY: Unmasking “God” in Fiction

Tuesday, January 9, 10:30am
RICK BAROT: The First Herbert

Wednesday, January 10, 10:30am
BROOKS HAXTON: Else Lasker-Schüler

Thursday, January 11, 10:30am
STEPHEN DOBYNS: The Nature of Metaphor

Friday, January 12, 9:30am
JENNIFER GROTZ: Flung Speech

Friday, January 12, 10:45am
ADRIA BERNARDI: The China Night-Light and the Bottle-Tree: Visual Image and Noise in Eudora Welty

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