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‘Stone Canoe’ contributor to read at Delavan as part of Th3
‘Stone Canoe’ contributor to read at Delavan as part of Th3April 15, 2008Eileen Jevisejevis@uc.syr.edu
Jennifer Pashley, an author of short fiction whose works were published in the second edition of “Stone Canoe: A Journal of Arts and Ideas from Upstate New York,” will read from her works at the Delavan Art Gallery on Thursday, April 17, at 7 p.m.
Pashley, a Central New York resident, is a fiction instructor at the Syracuse YMCA’s Downtown Writer’s Center, as well as an adjunct professor at Le Moyne College. She recently published her first novel, “States” (Sandhills Press, 2007), to critical acclaim.
The reading is part of Th3 — The Third Thursday City Wide Art Open. “Stone Canoe” showcases the work of a diverse mix of emerging and well-established artists and writers with connections to upstate New York. In doing so, the journal supports Syracuse University’s ongoing efforts to nurture creative community partnerships and seeks to promote a greater awareness of the cultural and intellectual richness that characterizes life in the region.
“Stone Canoe, a Journal of Arts and Ideas from Upstate New York” is published each spring by University College of Syracuse University, 700 University Ave., Syracuse. For more information, visit http://www.stonecanoejournal.org.