Short story writer, novelist, free-lance editor, and creative writing instructor Rosemary Nixon will kick off a term as writer-in-residence with a public reading online Thursday, Jan. 27 at 4 p.m.
Graduate student and fiction writer Chloe Burrows-Moore will also read from her work during the event.
The reading is free and open to the public; click here to join on Microsoft Teams.
Nixon’s first collection, Mostly Country, was shortlisted for the Howard O’Hagan Award; she won it with her second collection, The Cock’s Egg. Her most recent work of fiction, Are You Ready to be Lucky? was nominated for two international awards: the Frank O’Connor International Short Fiction Collection Award and the Forewords Indie Fab Award.
Her residency runs from Jan. 24 through Feb. 18. During this time, Nixon will be available to the campus and Windsor communities for one-on-one creative writing consultations. Initially, these consults will be conducted online via Teams. To arrange for a manuscript consultation, email the English department secretary, April Morris, at firstname.lastname@example.org.