Beth Bosworth is the author of The Source of Life and Other Stories, the fantasy novel Tunneling, and a debut collection, A Burden of Earth and Other Stories. Her stories have appeared in diverse magazines, including the Kenyon Review, the Seneca Review, Guernica, Image, the Forward, and Hanging Loose. Bosworth's work has been reviewed in the New York Times, the Times Literary Supplement (UK), the Washington Post, American Book Review, and elsewhere. The recipient of the 2012 Drue Heinz Literature Prize from the University of Pittsburgh Press, she is on leave from teaching at Saint Ann's School in Brooklyn, where she continues as founding editor of the Saint Ann's Review. Currently she divides her time between Brooklyn and southern Vermont.
JESSICA GREENBAUM, D. NURKSE AND BETH BOSWORTH
a reading of poetry and prose
APRIL 17th at 7:00 p.m
Brooklyn Public Library/Dweck Center
Grand Army Plaza, Brooklyn