Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Myriam Gurba! LIVE @ SDSU, Thursday, November 30, 2017 at 11am in GMCS 333 | Free and Open to the Public | The 2nd Textual Matriarchies Lecture

Myriam Gurba @SDSU! Thursday, November 30, 2017, in GMCS 333 at 11am--free and open to the public! 

Part of the M.A.L.A.S. The Master of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences TEXTUAL MATRIARCHIES lecture series. The TEXTUAL MATRIARCHIES series showcases women writers whose creative and critical work is helping to reshape and reimagine the contours of interdisciplinary research, the practices of  cultural studies in the 21st century.  All these presentations are in GMCS 333 @ 11am on the SDSU main campus.

Co-sponsored by San Diego State University Press and the SDSU Department of English & Comparative Literature.


Entropy.com, TIME.com, and Lesfigues.com. She creates digital and photographic art that has been exhibited at galleries and museums. She works as a high school teacher.
Myriam Gurba is a native Californian. She attended U.C. Berkeley thanks to affirmative action. She is the author of two short story collections, DAHLIA SEASON and PAINTING THEIR PORTRAITS IN WINTER. DAHLIA SEASON won the Edmund White Award, which is given to queer writers for outstanding debut fiction. The book was also shortlisted for a Lambda Literary Award. Gurba is also the author of two poetry collections, WISH YOU WERE ME and SWEATSUITS OF THE DAMNED. She has toured North America twice with avant-garde literary and performance troupe Sister Spit. Gurba’s other writing can be found in places such as

{direct link to Myriam Gurba's new book, MEAN: http://amzn.to/2B8l7YK}

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