The Conjurer Book Launch
The Downtown Writers Center invites the public to the book launch for Jennifer Pashley's new collection of short stories, The Conjurer, on Friday, May 10, at 7:00 p.m., 340 Montgomery Street, downtown Syracuse. The reading and reception are free and open to the public and copies of The Conjurer will be available for sale.
This is Jennifer's second short fiction collection, the seventh volume of literature released by Central New York's Standing Stone Books. Jennifer Pashley is also the author of States (Lewis-Clark Press, 2007). An award-winning writer of short fiction, novels, and poems, Jennifer's stories, poems, and nonfiction have appeared widely in journals like Mississippi Review, Salt Hill, PANK, SmokeLong Quarterly, and Interim.
Jennifer has been a long-time faculty member of the Downtown Writers Center, as well as served on the faculties of Syracuse University, LeMoyne College, and Utica College. A graduate of LeMoyne College, she completed her MA and did post-graduate work at Binghamton University. Jennifer has served as fiction editor for Stone Canoe and numerous print and on-line literary journals.
She was raised in Central New York by an accordion virtuoso and a casket maker, and currently lives with her family in Clinton, NY.
For more information contact Phil Memmer (firstname.lastname@example.org) at 315-474-6851 extension 328, or Georgia Popoff, ext. 380.