Reading with Robert Marshall, Matthew Sharpe, and Wendy Walters

Marshall, 2015

Car Window 5, 2015 by Robert Marshall

In Passing: A Reading with Robert Marshall, Matthew Sharpe, and Wendy Walters

Wednesday, April 20th from 7 – 9pm
Seating is very limited, RSVP to advised
Suggested Donation $5

Join us April 20th at 7pm for a reading by Robert Marshall, Matthew Sharpe, and Wendy Walters. The reading is in conjunction with Marshall’s solo exhibition, In Passing, currently up at BAXTER ST at CCNY.

Robert Marshall
is the author of the novel A Separate Reality. His writing has appeared in Salon, The Michigan Quarterly Review, Blue Lake Review, and Ducts. His artwork is currently on view at Baxter ST at CCNY. His visual art has been exhibited widely in Europe and the United States. He is currently completing a biography of Carlos Castaneda.

Matthew Sharpe’s novels include You Were WrongJamestown, The Sleeping Father, and Nothing is Terrible. He is the author of the short story collection Stories from the Tube. He has recently completed a collection of very short stories, some of which can be found on the blog Very Short Stories R Us. He has taught at Columbia, Wesleyan, Bard, and the Pratt Institute.

Wendy Walters is the author of three collection of poetry, Troy,Michigan, Longer I Wait, More You Love Me, and Binds of Los Angeles. Her essay collection Multiply/Divide was released last year by Sarabande Book. Her work has appeared in Harpers, The Seattle Review, The Iowa Review, and Bookforum. She teaches at the New School.

The BAXTER ST at CCNY Conversations Series is made possible in part by generous support from public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council.