Tuesday, November 2, 2021
7PM, Scandinavian Cultural Center, AUC
This event is open to the campus community for in-person, socially distanced attendance.
Aram Mrjoian is a writer, editor, critic, and educator. He earned his PhD in creative writing at Florida State University and his MFA at Northwestern University. Aram has also volunteered as a creative writing mentor or instructor at the Adroit Journal, 826, Hugo House, and Open Books Chicago. His writing has appeared or is forthcoming in Barrelhouse, Quarterly West, Gulf Coast, The Millions, The Rumpus, Cream City Review, Colorado Review, Boulevard, Kenyon Review online, Longreads, and many other publications. He is at work editing Imagining and Seeing: Voices of the Armenian Diaspora, an anthology of essays slated for publication with University of Texas Press in Fall 2022. He is currently a Visiting Assistant Professor in English at PLU.