WESU Show Seeks Student Writers, Readers

So, Dan Levine ’11 has graduated, and Speak Your Piece—that fantastic WESU program on which a small cadre of Wesleyan student writers would read their poetry, fiction, nonfiction, essays, whatever, on air each week—seems to have graduated with him. Thankfully, Mitty Parade is filling the gap. First it needs writers:

Mitty Parade is looking for unpublished writers of short fiction, creative non-fiction or poetry to come read one or several pieces on the air and talk about their creative process. Pieces sent in could also be read if the writer can’t be there in person, though they are strongly encouraged to, as the interview would be informal and fun!

The show is every 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month at midnight starting February 19th, but the show can be prerecorded to accommodate guests. For more information or if you are interested in being a guest on the show please contact Claire via email: mittyparade(at)gmail(dot)com.

Contact: mittyparade(at)gmail(dot)com