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Carter Sickels & Megan Kruse at the Carolyn Moore Writers House, March 9th at 7pm

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Flyer for Carter Sickels and Megan Kruse at The Carolyn Moore Writers House
The PCC HARTS Council would like to invite you to join us online for a virtual reading with the two current residents of PCC’s Carolyn Moore Writing Residency: Award-winning novelists Carter Sickels and Megan Kruse! Carter and Megan will be reading live from the Writers House at 7pm on Wednesday, March 9.

Carter Sickels is the author of the novel The Prettiest Star, published by Hub City Press, and winner of the 2021 Southern Book Prize and the Weatherford Award. The Prettiest Star was also selected as a Kirkus Best Book of 2020 and a Best LGBT Book of 2020 by O Magazine. His debut novel The Evening Hour (Bloomsbury 2012), an Oregon Book Award finalist and a Lambda Literary Award finalist, was adapted into a feature film that premiered at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival.

Megan Kruse grew up in the Pacific Northwest, studied creative writing at Oberlin College, and earned her MFA at the University of Montana. She is the author of Call Me Home, published by Hawthorne Books in 2015 with an introduction by Elizabeth Gilbert. She was one of the National Book Foundation’s “5 Under 35” for 2015, and a recipient of the 2016 Pacific Northwest Book Award.

If you have any questions, or would like to receive writing packets containing excerpts of Carter and Megan’s novels, please contact the Carolyn Moore Writing Residency Program Coordinator, Justin Rigamonti, at justin.rigamonti@pcc.edu.

The reading information is below. Please note that when you click the link on March 9th to join the Zoom reading, you’ll be welcomed into a waiting room until the reading starts at 7pm.

Carolyn Moore Writing Residency Reading Series

Ft. Carter Sickels and Megan Kruse
Wednesday March 9 from 7-8:15pm

Join the Zoom virtual reading on March 9 at 7pm.