Monday, April 20, 2009

About Bon Mot/ley

The Bon Mot/ley Reading Series began as Readings at the Painted Lady in 2008. The series is curated by Kristi Maxwell and Michael Rerick and happens the second Thursday of the month at the Clifton Cultural Arts Center in Cincinnati's Gaslight District.

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  1. I am writing to find out if you would be interested in inviting me to give a talk-reading from my memoir, PERSIAN GIRLS or from my fiction, in your reading series, when you have a spot available. I attended Columbia University MFA program and then went to Stanford University on a Stegner Fellowship. I have published several novels, among them, FOREIGNER (Norton), and a memoir, PERSIAN GIRLS (Penguin.) As a student I held a Double-Columbia Fellowship and a Wallace Stegner Fellowship at Stanford. I have also been granted a Pen Syndicated project award and a National Endowment for the Arts grant. One of my short stories was produced by Symphony Space, as part of their "Selected Shorts," series, and was aired on public radio stations around the country. **There is a long interview with me in the May/summer 2008 issue of AWP Writers Chronicle. For more please click on my website:
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