The Frozen Moment Anthology Reading
Join us for a special reading event featuring four of San Diego Writer’s Ink’s own!
“Every life has its tipping points–those moments when multiple future paths are laid out and decisions must be made. In an anthology curated by Colin Farstad and filled with writing by Tom Spanbauer and alums of his Dangerous Writers workshops, local writers confront The Frozen Moments of their lives in essays, fiction, poetry and non-fiction.”
–MARIANNA HANE WILES
The Frozen Moment: Contemporary Writers on the Choices that Change Our Lives, is an anthology involving fiction, poetry, essays and narrative non-fiction by emerging and established writers exploring the pivotal moments and choices that change the direction of our lives.
The Frozen Moment features twenty seven stories from authors such as award winning novelist Tom Spanbauer, Push Cart Prize winning essayist Akhim Yuseff Cabey, Push Cart Nominated writers Liz Prato, Tori Malcangio and Nora Robertson, Literary Fellowship recipients David Hernandez and Margaret Malone, Lamda Literary Fellowship winner David Ciminello, along with writers Gigi Little, Judy Reeves, Mitchell Jackson, and Michael Sage Ricci. The collected stories will make you laugh and break your heart as each writer explores their frozen moment.
San Diego Writers who will be reading from their stories in the anthology:
Nicole Vollrath earned her MFA at Emerson College in Boston. Her recent short fiction can be found in A Year in Ink and San Diego City Beat. She teaches Creative Writing at UCSD Extension and cohosts “Room To Write” at San Diego Writers, Ink. www.sandiegowriters.org is her favorite website.
Judy Reeves is a writer, teacher and writing practice provocateur who has published four books on the craft including A Writer’s Book of Days, which won Best Nonfiction in the 2011 San Diego Book Awards. She lives in San Diego and is cofounder of San Diego Writers, Ink. Find her at http://judyreeveswriter.com/
Tori Malcangio is a freelance advertising copywriter, mom, etc. in San Diego. Winner of 2010 Waasmode Fiction Prize her work has appeared in ZYZZYVA; Passages North; Smokelong Quarterly; Pearl Magazine; Literary Mama; The San Diego Reader; VerbSap; the 2010 anthology, A Year in Ink. She has a story forthcoming in Cream City Review and is a MFA candidate at Bennington College. Oh, the blog: halfassedmom.com.
Born in Hong Kong and raised there, Texas and rural England Andrew Printer is an artist and writer now based in San Diego. Printer’s videos and photographs have been exhibited internationally and his work is included in several collections. Printer is currently working on several projects including a short novel and a series of paintings. http://www.andrewprinter.com/