ZYZZYVA EventsSeptember 7, 2018
In Conversation with Obi Kaufmann
Location: 7:30 p.m., Pegasus Books Downtown, 2349 Shattuck Ave., Berkeley.
Description: Kaufmann, the author of "The California Field Atlas" and contributor to ZYZZYVA Issue No. 113, discusses his work with Managing Editor Oscar Villalon. Free. For more info: https://bit.ly/2nDnNrKSeptember 11, 2018
In Conversation with R.O. Kwon
Location: 7 p.m., City Lights Booksellers, 261 Columbus Ave., San Francisco
Description: Kwon, the author of the novel "The Incendiaries," will be in conversation about her book with Managing Editor Oscar Villalon. Free. For more info: https://bit.ly/2nEtgyFNovember 3, 2018
ZYZZYVA Creative Nonfiction Workshop with Caille Millner
Location: Mechanics's Institute Building and ZYZZYVA Offices, 57 Post St., San Francisco
Description: A one-day intensive workshop with Millner, author of the memoir "The Golden Road: Notes on My Gentrification" and a columnist at the San Francisco Chronicle. Class size is very limited. Applications are due by September 3. For more information, visit https://zyzzyva.submittable.com/submit/106865/creative-non-fiction
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Karen Joy Fowler is the prize-winning author of many books, including the novels Sister Noon, Wit’s End, and the best-seller The Jane Austen Book Club. Her most recent book is the story collection What I Didn’t See (Small Beer Press).
“Enter Harlow,” her new fiction in ZYZZYVA‘s Winter issue, is further testament to what Michael Chabon has said about her work: “No contemporary writer creates characters more appealing, or examines them with greater acuity and forgiveness, than she does.” Set at UC Davis during the ’90s, the story, which comes from the opening pages of a novel-in-progress, follows a young woman “meandering” through her fourth year of school. “Enter Harlow” tells how that meandering is suddenly, spectacularly interrupted — in the school cafeteria. The following is an excerpt from the story.