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An Evening with Stacy D. Flood and Matthew Clark Davison (Online)

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Join debut authors Stacy D. Flood (The Salt Fields) and Matthew Clark Davison (Doubting Thomas) in conversation.

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Join debut authors Stacy D. Flood (The Salt Fields, Lanternfish Press) and Matthew Clark Davison (Doubting Thomas, Bywater Books) in conversation on writing about painful parts of history, distance both literal and figurative in storytelling, and finding inspiration through artists in other disciplines.

Thursday, August 12th 7pm ET via Zoom

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ABOUT THE AUTHORS

Originally from Buffalo, and currently living in Seattle, Stacy D. Flood's work has been published nationally, and performed on stages nationwide as well as in the Puget Sound Area. He has been a DISQUIET scholar in Lisbon, an artist-in-residence at The Millay Colony of the Arts, and the recipient of a Getty Fellowship to the Squaw Valley Community of Writers.

Matthew Clark Davison's debut novel, Doubting Thomas, will be published in Summer 2021 by Amble Press. He's full-time faculty in Creative Writing at SFSU and creator and teacher of The Lab :: Writing Classes with MCD a non-academic school started in 2007 in a friend's living room. The textbook version of The Lab, co-authored by bestselling writer Alice LaPlante, will be published by Norton in 2022. His prose has been recently anthologized in Empty The Pews (Epiphany Publishing) and 580-Split; and published in or on Guernica, The Atlantic Monthly, Foglifter, Lumina Magazine, Fourteen Hills, Per Contra, Educe, and others; and has been recognized with a Creative Work Grant, Cultural Equities Grant, Clark Gross Award for a Novel-in-Progress, and a Stonewall Alumni Award.

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