Fiction Reading with Plonsker Prize Winner, Meg Whiteford

Join us to hear the 2016 Plonsker Prize winner and writer in residence read from her prizewinning manuscript An Ordered World
Join us to hear the 2016 Plonsker Prize winner and writer in residence read from her prizewinning manuscript An Ordered World
Meg is a writer and performer from New York now living and working in Los Angeles. Her play, The Shapes We Make with Our Bodies, was published by Plays Inverse in 2015. She has performed her work at venues in Los Angeles, New York, and Denmark, and is also a critic for ArtForum and the managing editor of the Art Book Review. She is the eighth winner of the Madeleine P. Plonsker Emerging Writers Residency Prize, established by Madeleine Plonsker to support new, innovative writing by poets and fiction writers under the age of forty. Winners receive a $10,000 prize, three weeks in residence on the campus of Lake Forest College, and publication of the winning book by Lake Forest College Press / &NOW Books, with distribution by Northwestern University Press.
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