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Sunday, October 6 • 3:30pm - 4:15pm
L.A. in a Flash

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After a handful of Expo contributors share their flash writing, we’ll turn the tables on the audience with a prompt to get their creative juices flowing, then hand over the mic and let the LitCrawlers read to us!

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Brooke Seipel

Brooke Seipel is a journalist and budding poet living in Los Angeles. Her nonfiction work has been featured in The New Republic, The Hill, and The OC Register, and her fiction has been featured on the Of Gods and Ghosts podcast. Oh, and also on her mom’s fridge.
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Annlee Ellingson

Annlee Ellingson is the nonfiction editor of Exposition Review. At her day job she writes about entertainment and technology and reviews movies for L.A. Biz. She’s a mentor for WriteGirl and book manager for the anthology "This Moment: Bold Voices from WriteGirl," as well as treasurer... Read More →
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Jackie DesForges

Jackie DesForges is currently based in Los Angeles and pursuing her MFA in Creative Writing, with a focus on crime fiction. Her work has been published in The New York Times, Exposition Review, Matador Network, and more. She's the co-founder of the TalesOnRail Artist in Residence... Read More →
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Brie Radke

Brie Radke is a Southern California resident but will forever think of her native Pacific Northwest as home. Recently, her poetry and stories have been featured in Chaleur Magazine, From the Depths by Haunted Waters Press, Tilde by Thirty West Publishing House, and Exposition Review... Read More →
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Melissa Secola

Melissa Secola is a writer and teacher. Her work appears in the anthologies "Waking Up American" and "Italy, a Love Story." She is a graduate of USC's film school and is currently working toward her master's degree in education at Mount Saint Mary's University.
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Eric Andrew Newman

Eric Andrew Newman lives in Los Angeles with his partner and their dog. He works by day as an archivist for a nonprofit foundation and by night as a writer of flash and micro fiction. His stories have been nominated for the Best Small Fictions and Best Microfiction anthologies, and... Read More →
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Chelsea Sutton

Chelsea Sutton writes weird fiction and essays, and impossible plays and films. She’s just finished her first short story collection, "Curious Monsters," which was a runner-up for the 2018 Madeline P. Plonsker Emerging Writers Residency Prize, and is working on her first novel... Read More →

Sunday October 6, 2019 3:30pm - 4:15pm PDT
Teenscape Room, Los Angeles Central Library 630 W 5th St, Los Angeles, CA 90071, USA
  Central Library - Teenscape