4/08/2014 Peter Durantine

Emerging Writers Festival is April 9-11

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Submitted by Joanna Underhill, assistant director, Philadelphia Alumni Writers House

The 13th annual Emerging Writers Festival at Franklin & Marshall College runs from Wednesday, April 9 to Friday afternoon, April 11. 

It is a three-day celebration of the work of talented and promising younger American writers. Each year, the festival brings five fine younger writers to campus all at once for three days, giving them opportunities to mix often and informally with students and with one another. The Emerging Writers Festival is generously supported by Richard and Edna Hausman, parents of a Franklin & Marshall graduate and, tireless and generous supporters of the arts at the College.  All events are free and open to the public.

We hope you will join us for three days of writing and good company – whether that is at one, or all, of the evening readings or the day-time craft talks – to celebrate the arts at F&M!

Click HERE for schedule and the writers' bios.

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