On Tuesday, March 18, LWN will be proud to host the following readers at Mercury Cafe for its Prose Show reading:
Dinah Grossman is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, and the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies in Portland, Maine. Dinah also studied creative writing at Hampshire College, where her teachers included Michael Lesy and Timothy Westmoreland. A native of rural Maine, Grossman recently relocated to Chicago. Dinah will read her story "Tucson Days."
Robyn Detterline is the cofounder of Literary Writers Network and the managing editor of 10,000 Tons of Black Ink. She studied creative writing at Loyola University Chicago. She enjoys writing and decoding nonsense. Robyn will read her story "Other Fish."
Bobby Zaman is a graduate of the University of Illinois at Chicago. A novelist and playwright, Bobby's works include the play “The Palace” and the novel “Armed Against the Night,” which is due for publication in the very near future. Bobby sends his love to his amazing family for their support and unconditional love in spite of everything he's taken them through, and he give his heart, soul, and devotion to his wife Annah. Bobby will read his story "The Tutor."