Late Night Reading 6/10: Lighthouse Faculty

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Hear from recently published works by Lighthouse faculty.

Nick Arvin is the author of In the Electric EdenArticles of War, and The Reconstructionist. His work has appeared in the New YorkerNew York Times, and Wall Street Journal and has been honored with awards from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, the American Library Association, and the National Endowment for the Arts. Also an engineer, Arvin has worked in automotive engineering, forensic engineering, and the design of power plants and oil and gas facilities. Arvin's newest novel, Mad Boy, will be published by Europa Editions in June 2018. Nick taught creative writing and rhetoric at the University of Iowa, and he has taught at the Lighthouse Writers Workshop since 2004. For more on Nick, visit his web site: or read an interview with Nick on our Top-Secret Blog: Nick Arvin on the Necessity of Adventure Novels

Addie Tsai teaches courses in literature, creative writing, dance, and humanities at Houston Community College. She collaborated with Dominic Walsh Dance Theater on Victor Frankenstein and Camille Claudel, among others. Addie holds an MFA from Warren Wilson College and a PhD in Dance from Texas Woman’s University. Her writing has been published in Banango StreetThe OffingThe CollagistThe Feminist WireNat. Brut., and elsewhere. She is the Nonfiction Editor at The Grief Diaries, Senior Associate Editor in Poetry at The Flexible Persona, and Associate Fiction Editor at Anomaly. She is the author of the queer Asian young adult novel, Dear Twin.

Seth Brady Tucker is a poet and fiction writer originally from Lander, Wyoming. His first book won the 2011 Elixir Press Editor’s Poetry Prize (Mormon Boy), and was a finalist for the Colorado Book Award. His second book won the Gival Press Poetry Award (We Deserve the Gods We Ask For) and went on to win the Eric Hoffer Book Award. He has led poetry and fiction workshops for graduate and undergraduate students alike, and is currently an assistant professor at the Colorado School of Mines. Seth is also the founder and co-director of the Seaside Writers’ Conference (which takes place annually in May), and volunteers his time teaching veterans and veteran caretakers through the Writers’ Guild (East)/Wounded Warrior Project. Seth has been an editor for a number of different literary journals, and is currently a senior editor at the Tupelo Quarterly Review.

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Jun 10, 2020 8:00pm - 9:00pm