Location: WAB – 740 University Ave.
Now in its 34th year, the Genesee Reading Series is a smorgasbord for your literary palate. Come every month on the second Tuesday, and by the end of the year you will have feasted on the work of 24 regional authors (some prominent, some emerging; writers of fiction, poetry, essay, creative nonfiction, memoir). It’s up close and personal in the intimate Performance Space upstairs – stay afterward and talk to the authors while eating cookies.
November 14 – Jess Fenn and Anne Coon
Anne Coon is an independent scholar and writer. In addition to poetry collections and numerous poems in anthologies and journals, her published works include the coauthored book Discovering Patterns in Mathematics and Poetry and the book Hear Me Patiently: The Reform Speeches of Amelia Jenks Bloomer, as well as several collaborative projects with artists and photographers. Her most recent book, coauthored with Judith Feuerherm, is Thriving in Retirement: Lessons From Baby Boomer Women. Anne holds the rank of Professor Emerita from the College of Liberal Arts at RIT. She will be reading from a manuscript of new work.
JR Fenn’s fiction and nonfiction has appeared in places such as Gulf Coast, DIAGRAM, PANK, Cosmopolitan, and the Atlantic, and can be found at www.jrfenn.com. A short story will appear in the upcoming November special issue of Boston Review, Global Dystopias (You can read Junot Díaz’s introduction at https://bostonreview.net/literature-culture-junot-diaz-map-warn-hope). Her writing has received support from the Key West Literary Seminars. She teaches English and Creative Writing at SUNY Geneseo.
If ASL interpretation is being provided for this event, in part, by a grant from NYSCA/TDF TAP Plus.