Join Us! An Evening of Collaborative Novelists
This event will feature Laurie Alberts and Abby Frucht, authors of A Well-Made Bed, out from Red Hen Press in March, along with Gavin Kovite and Christopher Robinson, authors of the critically acclaimed War of the Encyclopaedists, a correspondence between a soldier in Iraq and his friend back home.
This event will take place at University Bookstore, 4326 University Way NE, Seattle 98105.
Laurie Alberts is the author of the craft book Showing & Telling as well as four novels, two memoirs, and a story collection.
Abby Frucht is a recipient of two National Endowment for the Arts awards. She is a novelist, essayist, critic, and short-story writer who teaches at Vermont College of Fine Arts. At home in Wisconsin, she currently serves as a PEN/Faulkner judge.
Gavin Kovite (left) was an infantry platoon leader in Baghdad from 2004-2005. He attended NYU Law and is now an Army lawyer. He is a Yaddo fellow and his writing has appeared in Fire and Forget, an anthology of war fiction.
Christopher Robinson (right) is a Boston University and Hunter College MFA graduate, a MacDowell Colony fellow, and a Yale Younger Poets Prize finalist. His writing has appeared in many publications, including The Kenyon Review and McSweeney’s.