Creative Nonfiction and Fiction Writing Featured in This Month’s Duquesne Coffee House Series
The Coffee House Reading Series, monthly readings of work by established writers, Duquesne students and other emerging writers, continues on Tuesday, Nov. 12, at 7 p.m. in the Barnes & Noble Café.
This installment features Samantha Leon, who will read creative nonfiction, and Sherrie Flick, who will read fiction.
Sponsored by the Department of English, the Coffee House Reading Series aims to develop the creative writing and arts community on campus.
The next installment of the series will be held on Monday, Dec. 2, and will feature Lorena Williams, Justin Kishbaugh and Cameron Barnett.
The Coffee House Reading Series is free and open to the public.
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