Creative writing students to share what they’ve learned Monday evening at Bishop’s

By Gordon Lambie

The Morris House reading series at Bishop’s University is doing something a little different Monday afternoon. The series, which typically brings established authors to the Bishop’s University campus to speak about their works in front of a live audience, will be hosting a creative writing panel Monday evening in the lobby of Centennial Theatre with two current students and one recent graduate of Concordia’s Creative Writing Master’s program. “We’ll be trying to present what people can expect from a Creative Writing program,” said Josh Quirion, Townships native and the aforementioned graduate in tonight’s group. With current students Deanna Radford and Jeff Parent, Quirion said he will be talking about his own work while also trying to explain the value of and answer questions about graduate level creative writing studies. See full story in the Monday, Feb. 25 edition of The Record.

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