Trio of Storytellers

. May 1, 2015.
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Emily Shultz, Robert James Russell, and Joseph Horton combine forces for a fiction-forward event. Shultz will read from her new suspense, science fiction novel, The Blondes, which has been blurbed by the likes of Margaret Atwood and Stephen King. Russell is a prolific writer, appearing in a range of journals, and he most recently published the collection Don’t Ask Me to Spell It Out. Horton is a professor in the U of M English Department, and a graduate of its Helen Zell MFA in Creative Writing Program. Readings followed by a Q & A.

Wednesday, May 6, 7pm, Literati Bookstore, 124 E. Washington St. 734-585-5567. literatibookstore.com Free.

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