Pine Hills Review, the literary journal of The College of Saint Rose, invites you to a fall launch reading with four of our contributors: Olivia Dunn, Danielle Epting, Penny Perkins, and Karen Schoemer. Student editors will open reading work from Pine Hills Review‘s pages. And it’s all happening at the Neil Hellman Library!
The details follow!
Friday November 22 7pm
Neil Hellman Library
The College of Saint Rose
392 Western Avenue Albany, NY 12203
Free and open to the public
ABOUT THE FEATURED READERS:
Olivia Dunn is a Teaching Professor of English at Skidmore College. Her work has appeared in The Pinch Journal, Seneca Review, Entropy, JMWW, The Nervous Breakdown, River Teeth, and McSweeney’s. http://oliviakdunn.com/
Danielle Epting (B.A. English 2017) is a student in the MA Program at the University at Albany. She has published creative work along with news and feature stories in The Record. You can find her creative work published in various journals such as Nailed Magazine, Thought Catalog, The Airgonaut, etc. And, if you can find her pinky knuckles, she will be your very best friend, as she doesn’t seem to have any. https://danielleepting.com/
Penny Perkins has an MFA in Creative Writing from the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, NM. Her short story, “Car Ride Through Corn Fields (1975),” was chosen by Manuel Muñoz as the winner of Beecher’s Magazine‘s 2014 Fiction Contest. Recent short stories have been published in Waxwing and HOAX. Other publication credits for fiction, poetry, and non-fiction include Salon, Conditions, The Portable Lower East Side, Curves, Girlfriend No. 1, and Book. https://pennyperkins.weebly.com/
Karen Schoemer’s poetry has appeared in Pine Hills Review, Hobo Camp Review, La Presa and Up the River. She is vocalist for the bands Sky Furrows and Jaded Azurites. Her music journalism has been widely published and anthologized; her book Great Pretenders: My Strange Love Affair with ’50s Pop Music was published in 2006. A recent graduate of the Writer’s Foundry MFA program in Brooklyn, she is working on her debut poetry collection, Third Nature.