An Evening with Constance Squires

October 21, 2017 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Join us for an evening with Constance Squires. Constance will be reading from her recent novel, Live from Medicine Park, and will be joined by Robert Dean, Gabino Iglesias, and Tatiana Ryckman.

Live from Medicine Park is an aching, honest, unforgettable story of a fading legend, as well as a vivid portrait of one of the most mystical places in this country. —Adam Davies, author of The Frog King

An ode to both southwestern Oklahoma and rock music, Live from Medicine Park is a bittersweet reflection on the search for identity and purpose amid tragedy. As the novel reaches its climax, Ray sets out on one last adventure to set things right. Redemption may be possible—but only on its own terms.

Constance Squires is the award-winning author of Live from Medicine Park, Along the Watchtower, and Wounding Radius and Other Stories. Her numerous short stories have appeared in Guernica, Shenandoah, Atlantic Monthly, and other magazines. She teaches creative writing at the University of Central Oklahoma.

Robert Dean is a writer, journalist, and cynic. His most recent novel, The Red Seven, is in stores. Currently, he’s working on his newest novel, Tragedy, Wish Me Luck. He currently lives in Austin, Texas.

Gabino Iglesias is a writer, editor, journalist, and book reviewer living in Austin, Texas. He is the author of Zero Saints (Broken River Books), Hungry Darkness (Severed Press), and Gutmouth (Eraserhead Press). He is the book reviews editor at PANK Magazine, the TV/film editor at Entropy Magazine, and a columnist for LitReactor and CLASH Media.

Tatiana Ryckman was born in Cleveland, Ohio. She is the author of the novella, I Don’t Think of You (Until I Do), and two chapbooks of prose, Twenty-Something and VHS and Why it’s Hard to Live. Tatiana is the Editor of Awst Press and Assistant Editor at sunnyoutside press. She has attended residencies at Yaddo and Arthub and teaching Creative Writing workshops through the University of Texas’ Informal Classes.

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