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Reading at RIT Student Alumni Union – Thursday, October 17th at 5pm

Check out RIT faculty and student share works of great literary import!

EVENT: The RIT Creative Writing English Faculty / Student Reading

DATE: Thursday, October 17th beginning at 5 pm

LOCATION: Student Alumni Union Reading Room

Sponsored by: RIT’s Creative Writing Faculty, English, Liberal Arts

Contact: Robert Glick

Phone: (585) 475-2252

Email: robert.glick@rit.edu

Description: Each month RIT Creative Writing Faculty pair with Student Authors

to read from their works of poetry and/or fiction. The featured authors for October


Gail Hosking

Lecturer, University Writing Program, English

Gail Hosking is the author of Snake’s Daughter: The Roads in and out of War, a

memoir published by the University of Iowa Press. Her essays and poetry have

been published in such places as The Florida Review, Nimrod International,

Lillith Magazine, Tar River Poetry, Camera Obscura, Post Road and The Three

Penny Review. She was a recent finalist for both River Teeth and The Iowa

Review’s creative non-fiction awards, as well as a recent finalist for Marsh Hawk

Press poetry contest and the Center for Book Arts Poetry contest. She holds an

MFA from Bennington College and teaches in the University Writing Program

here at RIT.

Trent Hergenrader

Assistant Professor, English

Trent Hergenrader’s speculative fiction has appeared in Fantasy & Science

Fiction, Realms of Fantasy, Weird Tales, Best Horror of the Year and other fine

publications, and has garnered multiple honorable mentions from the annual

Year’s Best Science Fiction and Year’s Best Fantasy collections. He holds a PhD

in English-Creative Writing from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and is a

graduate of the prestigious Clarion Writers Workshop.

Nathaniel Mathews

3rd year Computational Mathematics major, Creative Writing minor

Nathaniel Mathews is a 3rd year at RIT, and has been writing far longer than

that. Originally from Western Massachusetts, he is the copy editor at RIT’s

student publication, the Reporter Magazine. His work includes a wide variety of

poetry and creative prose, nonfiction and otherwise.


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