Creative Nonfiction to be Shared at Duquesne Coffeehouse Reading
Creative nonfiction writings will be shared at the Duquesne University Coffeehouse Reading Series on Tuesday, March 18, at 7 p.m. in the Barnes & Noble Café.
Clint Benjamin, adjunct professor of English, and Karen Dietrich, adjunct writing instructor at Westmoreland County Community College and the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg, will share their original creative nonfiction works.
Sponsored by the English department, the Coffeehouse series is aimed at developing the creative writing and arts community on campus. It features established writers, Duquesne students and other emerging writers.
All readings are free and open to the public.
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