School’s back in session and so is Breakwater! Reward yourself for making it through the first full week of the semester by listening to some of the wonderful MFA students from BU, Emerson, and UMass Boston read their work!
Join us Friday, September 18, at 7pm sharp in the basement of the Brookline Booksmith.
And the readers are…
David Braga was born in raised in Northern Virginia. His fiction has been published by Redivider, Pantheon Magazine, Typehouse, and Riding Light.
Danya Bush is a second year fiction student in the MFA program at UMass Boston. She is originally from just east of Salt Lake City, Utah. Her work most recently appeared in Goddessmode, a chapbook published by Cool Skull Press.
Liam Day has been a youth worker, teacher, coach, school administrator, public health professional, political campaign manager, and professional basketball player. His poems have appeared at Slow Trains, Apt, and Wilderness House Literary Review. His essays and op-eds have appeared in the Boston Globe, Boston Herald, Annalemma, and The Good Men Project, where he has served as sports editor. His first collection, Afforded Permanence, has been nominated for the 2015 Massachusetts Book Award in poetry. He is an MFA candidate in poetry at UMass Boston.
Angela Siew is a second-year MFA candidate in Poetry at Emerson College, where she is a volunteer screener for Ploughshares and Redivider. She is originally from Princeton, NJ and has worked as an ESL instructor in Chile and Italy. Angela is a water-lover — her work highlights this, her travel, and, occasionally, sliced fruit.