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*CANCELED* Otis College of Art & Design MFA Reading

**PLEASE NOTE: Due to public health concerns, Skylight Books is canceling all events for the remainder of March. Please write to events@skylightbooks.com with questions.

Fiction, memoir, poetry, playwriting—the Otis College of Art and Design MFA Writing Class of 2020 reads their work.

 


Jenna Dorian self-published her first novella, You Holy Screaming Symphony, in 2016. Her work has appeared in PERJUS Magazine, Dime Show Review, Hippocampus Magazine, and PubLab, an annual journal of the Los Angeles Review of Books and USC publishing workshop. Jenna was a writer-in-residence at Rivendell Writers’ Colony and a LARB/USC publishing workshop fellow. 

 


Sarah Haufrect was born and raised in Los Angeles. Her writing has been featured in Salon, Psychology Today, the Berkeley Poetry Review and Documentary Magazine, among others. She holds a degree in English from UC Berkeley where she was the managing editor of the Berkeley Fiction Review and is a former managing editor of Pasadena Magazine. She has spent the past ten years working for a private philanthropist, for whom she currently serves as a Vice President of Programs and as Director of Communications. 

 


Hannah Martin is a fiction writer living in Los Angeles. She is an MFA candidate in Creative Writing at Otis College of Art and Design and has been published in SOVO// Magazine.

 

Chenfan Tao is a playwright from Shanghai, China. Wanted to be a bird. Incumbent moon dreamer. Concern for what had happened and what’s happening.

 


Annabelle Vincent is a poet and nonfiction writer from Toronto, Canada. She received her BA in Psychology & Philosophy from the University of Edinburgh and is soon to complete her MFA in Creative Writing from Otis College of Art and Design. She has lived in four countries, but calls Los Angeles home.

 


Dan White is a candidate in the MFA Creative Writing program at Otis College in Los Angeles. His short fiction has previously been featured in the Tulane Review, and he is currently at work on his first novel. He holds a JD from Southwestern Law School and a BA in European History from Roosevelt University. A Chicago expat, he now lives and teaches in Long Beach, California, where he goes to the beach to hide from writer’s block.

 

 

Event date: 
Sunday, March 29, 2020 - 5:00pm
Event address: 
1818 N Vermont Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90027