Tuesday, December 9, 2008

sine cera: What I Think People Think About

This Friday, December 5th, several writers from the DiverseCity Writing Series participated in a reading of sine cera: What I Think People Think About:

Dave Bastian
John Boles
Tiffany Carver
Hal Davis
Chanel Earl
Randy Eggert
Misty Evans
Gregor Gable
Elvin Gage
John Hicks
Julie A. Liljenquist
Robbie Poulson
Richard Scharine
Albert E. Smith
Deborah Young

sine cera began in 2003 as a way to showcase writing from the DiverseCity Writing Series. Every six months, we publish a new edition of sine cera and host a public reading to celebrate participants' work. This December we fully embraced the online capabilities of the publication. As such, sine cera: What I Think People Think About has been collected as an electronic publication, and the reading was recorded as a KCPW podcast, available for download.

You can read the full version of sine cera: What I Think People Think About on the SLCC Community Writing Center website at: http://www.slcc.edu/cwc/publications.asp#sinecera. With additional stories from:

Mimi Broadhead
Larry Chaston
Kate Cushing
Paul Kartchner
Cyndi Lloyd
Joyce Lutrell
Paul Rosser
Winnie Mae Walker
Becky Wilson

You can also listen to the podcast on the KCPW website at: http://www.kcpw.org/article/7087.

We would also like to express our gratitude to the Literacy Action Center, Sam Weller’s Bookstore, the King’s English Bookstore, the U. S. Veterans Medical Center of Salt Lake, St. Mark’s Tower, and the Salt Lake City Public Library for the use of their facilities and continued support.

Thanks also to Salt Lake Community College for making this publication possible.

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