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From Malvern's website:
An Evening with Michael T. Fournier, James Reich & Constance Squires
WHEN: January 8, 2016 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Join us for a reading with novelists Michael T. Fournier, James Reich, and Constance Squires
Michael T. Fournier is the author of the novels Swing State (October 2014) and Hidden Wheel (October 2011), both published by Three Rooms Press, as well as Double Nickels On The Dime (April 2007), the 45th installment of Bloomsbury Press’s acclaimed 33 1/3 series. His writing has appeared in the Oxford American, Boston Globe, Pitchfork, Stolen Island, Dusted, Vice, Chunklet, Pennsylvania English, Razorcake and others. He’s publisher and fiction editor of Cabildo Quarterly, a broadsheet literary journal. He and his wife Rebecca live in Western Massachusetts with their cat.
James Reich is the author of the novels MISTAH KURTZ! (Anti-Oedipus Press, March 2016), BOMBSHELL (July 2013), and I, JUDAS (October 2011), published by Soft Skull Press. He is a Creative Writing and Literature faculty member at Santa Fe University of Art and Design. He is a member of PEN American Center, and the International Association of Crime Writers: North America. James is a regular contributor to The Rumpus, Fiction Advocate, Salon.com, The Nervous Breakdown, Bold Type Magazine, Sensitive Skin, International Times, LitroNY, Headzine, Sleeping Fish, and others. James was born in England in 1971, and has been a resident of the US since 2009.
Constance Squires’ first novel, Along the Watchtower (Riverhead) received the 2012 Oklahoma Book Award for Fiction. Wounding Radius and Other Stories, a short story collection, is forthcoming from Queen’s Ferry Press and she has completed a second novel, Live from Medicine Park. Her short stories have appeared in Guernica, This Land, Shenandoah, The Atlantic Monthly, The Dublin Quarterly, The Rolling Stone 500, Arcadia, and elsewhere. Her nonfiction has appeared in The New York Times, Salon, The Village Voice, Largehearted Boy, World Literature Today, and on the NPR program Snap Judgment. She teaches Creative Writing at the University of Central Oklahoma.