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Please join three of the Steinbeck Center's Fellows (Tammy Delatorre, Daniel Pearce, and Anthony Veasna So) as they read from their current work. A Q&A will follow so make sure to not miss out on this wonderful event. All are welcome, but registration is required.
Some information about our Fellows:
Tammy Delatorre has been recognized with numerous literary awards, including the Payton Prize, the Slippery Elm Prose Prize, CutBank’s Montana Prize for Nonfiction, and Columbia Journal Fall Contest Award. Her writing has appeared in Los Angeles Times, The Rumpus, Vice, Hobart Online, Arts & Letters, Lunch Ticket, and The Nervous Breakdown. She obtained her MFA in creative writing from Antioch University, Los Angeles, and during the fellowship she’ll be working on a memoir.
Daniel Pearce is a writer and musician living in San Francisco. He teaches at UC Santa Cruz and is at work on a novel about academic fraud and police misconduct.
Anthony Veasna So is a queer Cambodian-American writer from Stockton, CA. He holds a B.A. from Stanford University and an M.F.A. in Fiction from Syracuse University, where he received a University Fellowship, the Joyce Carol Oates Award in Fiction, and a P.D. Soros Fellowship. His writing has appeared or is forthcoming in The New Yorker, n+1, Granta, and ZYZZYVA, and his comics have appeared in Hobart and Nashville Review. He is at work on a novel about three Cambodian-American cousins—a rapper, a standup comedian, and an illustrator—and his story collection, Afterparties, is forthcoming from Ecco/HarperCollins in summer 2021.
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