|Venue:||Slightly Foxed on Gloucester Road|
|Address:||123 Gloucester Road
London , UK SW7 4TE
Rachel Cusk joins Slightly Foxed for a compelling literary evening to discuss and read from her latest novel Outline, which was serialized in The Paris Review.
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|Venue:||Books on the Park|
|Address:||1231 9th Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94122
Paris Review contributor and Plimpton Prize winner Ottessa Moshfegh will be in conversation with Colin Winnette about her debut novel McGlue, winner of the Fence Modern Prize in Prose.
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|Venue:||Minneapolis Convention Center|
|Address:||1301 S 2nd Ave., Room 200 H&I, Level 2
Minneapolis, MN 55403
An 2015 AWP event.
Filled with writers, Twitter is an optimal place for literary journals to gain interest from readers, but when you are the voice behind a literary journal, how do you know whom to follow or how often to tweet? This panel of tweeters from Better Magazine, Indiana Review, NANO Fiction, The Paris Review, and Ploughshares will discuss the ways in which literary journals use Twitter accounts to promote authors and gain subscribers while also sharing the rewards and regrets of having an account.
Moderated by Sophie Rosenblum, Justin Alvarez is joined by Katie Moulton, Kent Shaw, and Miriam Cook.
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