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Wild & Wonderful Women Writers: A WVU Alumnae Reading

  • Crystal Good

    MA Journalism, 2021

    Good is a writer-poet and founder of “Black by God THE WEST VIRGINIAN,” a news and storytelling organization centering Black voices from the Mountain State. She is an Irene McKinney Scholar, a WVU Newstart Fellow and the author of "Valley Girl" and "Marking Territory."

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  • Laura Leigh Morris

    MFA Creative Writing, 2005

    Morris is the author of "Jaws of Life: Stories," a collection of short stories that portray the diverse concerns the people of north central West Virginia face daily—poverty, mental illness, drug abuse, the loss of coal mines and the rise of new extractive industries that exert their own toll. She lives in Greenville, South Carolina, where she teaches creative writing and literature at Furman University. Morris is originally from north central West Virginia and all of her fiction is set there.

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  • Rachel King

    MFA Creative Writing, 2012

    King is the author of the novel "People Along the Sand," the linked short story collection "Bratwurst Haven," and two poetry chapbooks. Her short stories have appeared in "One Story," "North American Review," "Green Mountains Review," "Northwest Review" and elsewhere. A graduate of the University of Oregon and West Virginia University, she lives in her hometown of Portland, Oregon.

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Monday, Nov. 7, 2022 | 7:30 p.m.

WVU Downtown Campus Library Milano Room

FREE ADMISSION
Attendees may register to win
a Mountaineer Week prize package valued at $200
sponsored by

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This event is presented with support from 
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