Great Lakes Review Issue Celebration

Friday, April 28, 2017 - 7:00pm

Literati is pleased to welcome contributors to Great Lakes Review for a celebration of their most recent issue. 

A native Michigander, Phillip Sterling is the author of In Which Brief Stories Are Told (Wayne State University Press, Made in Michigan Series). His series of micro-fictions, titled Amateur Husbandry, was runner-up in the 2014 Rusty Toque chapbook competition. Other stories can be found online at Midway Journal, Foliate Oak, Epiphany, Opium, Thrice Fiction, and beyond.

Justin Longacre lives in Toledo, Ohio where he teaches English and Creative Writing at Toledo School for the Arts. His work has been published in NOÖ, Spartan, Blast Furnace, and in concrete as a part of the the Toledo Arts Commission’s Poetry Sidewalks series.

Jessica L. Walsh is a poet and professor at Harper College in suburban Chicago, where she lives with her husband, their daughter, and a grumpy old dog. She is the author of the collection How to Break My Neck as well as two chapbooks. Her work has recently appeared in Midwestern Gothic, Sundog, The Fem, Whale Road Review, and more.

Event address: 
Literati Bookstore
124 E. Washington St.
Ann Arbor, MI 48104