Rudy Wilson on Writers' Voices, Friday October 2, 1pm

The Red TruckThis week on Writers' Voices, Monica and Caroline speak with Fairfield's own Rudy Wilson about his book, Sonja's Blue, a collection of short stories, many of which have been published in journals or are excerpted from his novels.

Rudy Wilson, author of four books, best known for THE RED TRUCK, has an MFA in English/Fiction Writing, from the University of Iowa's Writers' Workshop, where he was a manuscript reader for admissions to the prestigious graduate writing program. He taught Fiction Writing Workshops there for one year, on a Teaching-Writing Fellowship.

Wilson has received a James Michener Fellowship, a CCLM-GE Award for Fiction published in THE PARIS REVIEW, and an NEA Fellowship for Fiction, in 1989.

Wilson has appeared in Gordon Lish's QUARTERLY, and has three stories in the Winter '94 Indiana Review.
In addition to appearing in numerous publications, he had his own arts newspaper. He has conducted a series of workshops in fiction writing since 1986 in Iowa, Minnesota, and Maui.

Please help us welcome Rudy Wilson to Writers' Voices, this Friday at 1pm.




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