The Boston University Literary Society presents

The Charles River Literary Fair

The Boston University Literary Society is pleased to announce the first semiannual Charles River Literary Fair, featuring Boston-area campus magazines, literary journals, small presses, independent authors and literary organizations. This open house event is free and open to the public. College students are especially encouraged to attend, in order to learn about local opportunities for internship and employment, and to introduce themselves to various players in Boston's abundant literary scene.

BRING YOUR USED BOOKS! We'll have a book swap table, where you can exchange old novels and anthologies (etc.) for ones you haven't read before. All books left at the end of the Fair will be donated to a prison book program.

Click here for a printable flier

Where?
Boston University
George Sherman Union
Basement: the GSU "Alley"
On the B Line, BU Central

When?
Monday, October 12, 2009
1-6 PM

How?
Admission is free! If you represent a literary group which would like to reserve a table, contact Sara Trotta.


Confirmed participants include:

Publications
AGNI
Arché
Back Bay Review
Boston Review
BU Alumni Poetry Journal
Burn
The Charles River Journal
Clarion
The Critical Flame
Decameron
Harvard Review
Hawk & Whippoorwill
Literary Imagination
Post Road
Pusteblume
Redivider
Rune
Salamander
Sixty-Six
The Nerve
The Smart Set
Wild Apples

Presses
Black Ocean Press
Cervená Barva Press
Editions Louis Wain
Katalanche Press
Zephyr Press

Organizations
American Literary Translators Association
Association of Literary Scholars, Critics, and Writers
Boston Poetry Collective
Colrain Conference
Dire Reading Series
Grub Street

Authors
Tom Daley
Timothy Gager
Eric Grunwald
Kristen Hoggatt
Daniel Hudon

Sponsored by the Boston University Literary Society and Writers Workshop.

 
 
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