Additional readings to be held Oct. 26 and Nov. 16
By Sabrina Betterly
On Sept. 21, KU’s Shoofly Literary Magazine hosted their first reading of the school year. There was an audience of about 15 people, including the club’s advisor, Professor Voccola, in attendance.
Editor-in-chief Sabrina Betterly began the reading with an open-mic session where students were able to read their creative works.
Student participants included Cate Pasterchick, editor of the poetry section for the club. Cate read her poetry along with new member Jess Walker.
New member Ethan Bortz read his creative nonfiction piece to end the open-mic session.
For information about future Shoofly readings, reach out to the editors via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If students want to contribute creative works to Shoofly, they are encouraged to submit up to three works to the email. Additional guidelines for the submissions can be found on the Instagram page.
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