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Sunday, April 14 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Story Craft: Writing Short Ficiton - Conversation 2034 - REQUIRES TICKET

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Karen Bender, May-lee Chai and Christine Sneed discuss why they are drawn to short stories and what writing in this form allows them to do that they might not be able to accomplish in longer prose.

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Elizabeth Crane

Elizabeth Crane is the author of four collections of short stories, "Turf," "When the Messenger is Hot," "All this Heavenly Glory," and "You Must Be This Happy to Enter" as well as two novels, "We Only Know So Much" and "The History of Great Things." Her work has been translated into... Read More →

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Karen Bender

Karen E. Bender is the author of "Refund," a finalist for the National Book Award for fiction, short-listed for the Frank O'Connor International Short Story Award, and long-listed for the Story Prize. She is also the author of the novels "Like Normal People" and "A Town of Empty Rooms... Read More →
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May-lee Chai

May-lee Chai is the author of ten books, including the upcoming collection of short stories, "Useful Phrases for Immigrants;" three novels, "My Lucky Face," "Dragon Chica," and "Tiger Girl;" the novella, "Training Days;" two works of memoir, "The Girl from Purple Mountain" (co-authored... Read More →
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Christine Sneed

Christine Sneed is the author of the book of stories "The Virginity of Famous Men" as well as the novels "Paris, He Said" and "Little Known Facts," and the story collection "Portraits of a Few of the People I've Made Cry," which was a 2010 Los Angeles Times Book Prize finalist for... Read More →


Sunday April 14, 2019 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Mudd Hall 203, Signing Area 1

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