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Are you into the literary night life? Looking for some literary-based events around Phoenix? Want to learn from the masters? Read and discuss classic or new works of fiction? Then go no further. I said no further! Just check out some of the events below. We’ll be profiling the top fiction and poetry related adventures each month, starting now.

#1 Poet & Author STEPHEN DOBYNS craft talk and reading.
Public Craft Q&A: Wednesday, September 16, 2009, 1-2 pm, Piper Writers House - ASU Tempe Campus
Reading and Booksigning: Thursday, September 17, 2009 , 7:30 pm Pima Auditorium (Room 230) - ASU Memorial Union

Stephen Dobyns has published twelve books of poetry, twenty novels, a book of essays on poetry, and a book of short stories. All events are fee and open to the public. If you are interested to learn more about the Author and event please check out the following links.
Piper Book Blog
Event Info
Dobyns Info

#2 On September 21, Changing Hands bookstore will host a reading of contributors from the Superstition Review, the online literary magazine at Arizona State University’s Polytechnic campus. The innovative magazine, committed to publishing fresh art, fiction, interviews, nonfiction and poetry, is student designed, student maintained, and student edited. It gives undergrads a one-semester crash course in magazine publishing. This reading will feature contributors to Issue #3, Spring 2009. More info: Superstition Review and
Changing Hands.

#3 Get a head start on Maricopa County Library’s BIG READ, Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451. This selection will be discussed all throughout October and the Maricopa County Libraries, followed by a showing of the movie. For more information on the event and meetings, go to the BIG READ.

Check back in a few weeks for exciting events throughout October!
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