Author Stacey Levine to read from her work May 24
Award-winning fiction author Stacey Levine will read from her work at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 24, in room 110 of the Science, Mathematics and Technology Education (SMATE) building at Western Washington University.
The event is free and open to the public. It is sponsored by Western’s Department of English and the Cold Beverages Fund.
Levine is the author of “My Horse and Other Stories,” which won a PEN/West Fiction award and the novels “Dra---“ and “Frances Johnson,” which was a finalist for the 2006 Washington State Book Award. Her collection “The Girl With Brown Fur: Tales and Stories” was published in 2011. Her fiction has appeared in the “Denver Quarterly,” “Fence,” “Tin House,” “The Fairy Tale Review,” “Yeti” and other venues.
Born in St. Louis and a University of Washington graduate, Levine has contributed to “The Stranger,” “The Chicago Reader,” “The Seattle Post-Intelligencer” and other publications. She received a Stranger Genius Award for Literature in 2009, and has received a number of writing grants and fellowships. Levine's work has been translated from English into Danish and Japanese.
No permit is required to park after 4:30 p.m. in the gravel lots 12A and the C lots south of the SMATE building, near Fairhaven College. Parking meters require payment all hours.