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All panels scheduled for UMC 325 on Thursday have been moved to the UMC Gallery (2nd Floor).



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Saturday, September 28 • 9:00am - 11:00am
New Herring Press

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New Herring Press is a Brooklyn and Portland, Oregon-based prose chapbook press. Readers at the event will be Amanda Davidson, Azareen Van der Vliet Oloomi, Lynne Tillman, and Sara Veglahn, and New Herring editors will introduce the event and the individual readers. 

Fiction and nonfiction writers Jess Arndt, Sara Jaffe, Sara Marcus, and Jason Daniel Schwartz founded New Herring Press in Brooklyn in 2010. We’d known each other as friends and writing colleagues for years, and were engaged in ongoing conversations about our own work and the work of writers we loved. We were moved and inspired both by work labeled “experimental” or “innovative” and by work that cleaved more closely to convention. As writers, we found that our own work traveled between these poles, and we were frustrated in our attempts to figure out where our work fit in the contemporary literary landscape. We were also envious of the sense of community we saw amongst poets and poet-publishers, but which seemed sorely lacking in the realm of prose. We founded New Herring as a way to address all of the above concerns and desires: to create a small press that embraced stories, essays, polemics, and other prose forms that moved our hearts and brains regardless of their placement along the spectrum of convention, and to connect with and foster community among other writers and small-scale publishers of prose. We also set a goal of releasing work by both established and emerging writers. 

Moderators
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Sara Jaffe

Visiting Assistant Professor of Creative Writing, Reed College
Sara Jaffe (moderator) is the author of the novel Dryland (Tin House, 2015). Her short fiction and criticism have appeared in publications including Catapult, Fence, BOMB, NOON, The Offing, and The Los Angeles Review of Books. She co-edited The Art of Touring (Yeti, 2009), an anthology... Read More →

Speakers
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Sara Jaffe

Visiting Assistant Professor of Creative Writing, Reed College
Sara Jaffe (moderator) is the author of the novel Dryland (Tin House, 2015). Her short fiction and criticism have appeared in publications including Catapult, Fence, BOMB, NOON, The Offing, and The Los Angeles Review of Books. She co-edited The Art of Touring (Yeti, 2009), an anthology... Read More →
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Sara Veglahn

Sara Veglahn's novel, The Mayflies, is forthcoming from Dzanc Books on April 15, 2014. An excerpt from her novel, The Ladies, was recently published as a chapbook by New Herring Press. Her other chapbooks include Closed Histories (Noemi Press, 2008) and Another Random Heart (Letter... Read More →


Saturday September 28, 2013 9:00am - 11:00am
UMC 425 University Memorial Center, 1669 Euclid Avenue (corner Broadway & Euclid Ave)

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