Non Standard Lit/Lumen Reading: Ruth Nolan And Julia Dixon Evans

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Non-Standard Lit: A Reading Series says
We invite you to the second fall 2016 reading for Non-Standard Lit at Gym Standard, this Sunday, November 6 at 5 pm, featuring Lumen Magazine and two fantastic readers: Julia Dixon Evans and Ruth Nolan.

Lumen Magazine

Lumen is a project for (and by!) women and nonbinary people. They are interested in poetry, fiction, personal essays, and interviews that examine how we move through the world, both as complex individuals and as members of larger communities. The conversations Lumen is interested in are those that shed light on our stories—on our struggles, our triumphs, and all the in-betweens.

Lumen aims to honor each other’s unique experiences and aesthetics by publishing work that recognizes the full range of important artistic and intellectual production by women and nonbinary folks. Lumen acknowledges that we are all individuals with intersecting facets of identity, and that these identities shape our interactions with each other and with the world at large.

Our readers:

Julia Dixon Evans is the author of the novel Other Burning Places, forthcoming from Dzanc Books. Her fiction can be found at The Fanzine, Monkeybicycle, Hobart, and elsewhere. Her nonfiction can be found or is forthcoming in Like The Wind, and Barrelhouse. She lives in San Diego and works for the literary non-profit So Say We All.

Ruth Nolan, a former wildland firefighter, is Professor of English at College of the Desert. Her story "Palimpsest," from the LA Fiction Anthology, won an Honorable Mention Award from Sequestrum Magazine Editor's Reprint Awards, 2016. Ruth's writing has been published in the James Franco Review; the Desert Sun and Desert Magazine/USA Today; Angels Flight Literary West LA; Lumen; Desert Oracle; KCET Artbound; News from Native California/Heyday; Sierra Club Desert Report; Women's Studies Quarterly; Inlandia Literary Journeys. Her debut poetry chapbook, Ruby Mountain, has been released this fall from Finishing Line Press. Her book Fire On the Mojave: Stories from the Deserts and Mountains of Inland Southern California is forthcoming in 2017. She holds her M.F.A. from the UCRPalm Desert Low Residency program in Creative Writing.

We are located at:

Gym Standard
2903 El Cajon Blvd., Unit #2
San Diego, CA 92104

Contact:

Mark Wallace:

markwallace1322(at)yahoo(dot)com

Adam Stutz:

adamcstutz(at)gmail(dot)com

Please join us at Tiger Tiger! for drinks and food afterwards!
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