English Association of Pennsylvania State Universities
California University of Pennsylvania
Oct 3rd-4th, 2014 | California, PA
Arnzen will deliver a reading and present a talk, “Less is More, More or Less: Teaching Flash Fiction,” at the EAPSU 2014 Conference on Creativity in 21st Century English Studies. This academic conference will explore pedagogical and scholarly possibilities for connecting studies in creativity with all facets of English Studies, including creative writing, journalism, language and literacy, literature and mixed media studies. It culminates with a presentation by featured keynote speaker, New York Times bestselling author, Tawni O’Dell.
Friday, 10/3, 1:45p
Panel of Readings: Michael Arnzen (Flash Fiction); Lynn Petko (Screenplay); Janna Moretti (short fiction).
Saturday, 10/4, 10:30a
Panel: “Teaching Creative Writing,” with Michael Arnzen, Lisa Naomi Konigsberg and Maureen McVeigh.
The English Association of the Pennsylvania State Universities (EAPSU) is a regional professional organization whose members come from the faculty and students of the 14 state university English Departments in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE). EAPSU has been in existence since 1980 as an organization dedicated to excellence in English studies; their conference showcases the best in many disciplines within English Studies: composition, creative writing, literature, film, technical/scientific writing, and, pedagogy. EAPSU sponsors an annual Fall Conference for faculty and an annual Spring Conference for undergraduate English majors.
EAPSU 14 will be hosted in the Convocation Center of Cal U of Pennsylvania, 250 University Ave., California, PA 15419.
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