A Fiction Reading with Christina Chiu & Andrew Krivak VIA ZOOM

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Friday, October 2, 2020
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm


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This reading will take place via Zoom. Tickets are free but donations are welcome. Please consider a donation of any type at the time of checkout. Must register to get the Zoom link, which will be emailed at the time of registration. (Please check spam/junk for Zoom link email.)

Join novelist Lauren Acampora as she introduces award-winning fiction writers Christina Chiu and Andrew Krivak.

Christina Chiu is the grand-prize winner of the James Alan McPherson Award for her novel, Beauty. She is also author of Troublemaker and Other Saints, published by G.P. Putnam’s Sons. Troublemaker was alternate selection for BOMC and QPB, a nominee for a BOMC First Fiction Award, and winner of the Asian American Literary Award. Chiu has published in magazines and anthologies, including Tin House, Charlie Chan is Dead 2, Not the Only One, Washington Square, World Wide Writers, The MacGuffin, the Asian Pacific American Journal, Acorn, Grandmothers: Granddaughters Remember, and Not the Only One. Her stories have won awards and honorable mention in literary contests such as Playboy, Glimmer Train, New Millennium, New York Stories, World Wide Writers, Explorations, and El Dorado Writers’ Guild. Chiu is the recipient of the Robert Simpson Fellowship, the Alternate Selection of the Book-of-the-Month Club, the Van Lier Fellowship; she won the New Stone Circle Fiction Contest, won second place in the Playboy Fiction Contest, and was nominated for the Stephen Crane First Fiction Award. “Christina Chiu’s Beauty is beautiful in the way of a scalpel blade. It’s that sharp and precise, that lacerating, that true.” – Michael Cunningham, Pulitzer-Prize winning author of The Hours

Andrew Krivak is the author of The Bear (2020) and two previous novels: The Signal Flame (2017), a Chautauqua Prize finalist, and The Sojourn (2011), a National Book Award finalist and winner of both the Chautauqua Prize and the Dayton Literary Peace Prize for fiction. He lives with his wife and three children in Somerville, Massachusetts, and Jaffrey, New Hampshire, in the shadow of Mount Monadnock, which inspired much of the landscape in The Bear. “In spare and lovely prose, Andrew Krivak folds the deep past and the far future into a remarkable fable about our inheritance as humanity makes a harmonic return to the spirit and animal worlds. This book follows you, like a river under ice.” – Adam Johnson, author of The Orphan Master’s Son and Fortune Smiles



Event Location and Ticket Information

Date: Friday, October 2, 2020
Times: 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

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Presenter: Hudson Valley Writers Center
Presenter Phone: 9143325953



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