A Night of Literature: See You at AWP 2019!


Portland, Oregon.
March 29th, 2019.
7:00 PM.

In partnership with Denver QuarterlySalt HillQuarterly West, and Western Humanities Review, we are hosting a reading at The Slide Inn, feat. Adroit‘s beloved Sarah Rose Etter, C. Pam Zhang, and Megan Giddings.


We can’t wait to see you there! Click here to RSVP.



Sarah Rose Etter is the author of The Book of X (forthcoming from Two Dollar Radio) and Tongue Party (Caketrain Press). Her work has appeared in or is forthcoming from GuernicaElectric LiteratureVICEJukedBlack Warrior ReviewSalt Hill Journal, and more. She is a contributing editor at the Fanzine and a columnist at Philadelphia Weekly. In 2018, she was named a finalist for Best Short Fictions 2018 by Aimee Bender. She has received writing residencies in Iceland and Portugal, and currently lives in San Francisco.


Pam Zhang‘s debut novel, HOW MUCH OF THESE HILLS IS GOLD, comes out in 2020 from Riverhead Books in the US and Virago Press in the UK. Her short fiction appears in American Short Fiction, Kenyon Review, McSweeney’s Quarterly, and elsewhere. She’s received fellowships and scholarships from Bread Loaf, Aspen Words, Tin House, and the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. Born in Beijing and an artifact of many American cities, she now lives in San Francisco.


Megan Giddings has degrees from University of Michigan, Miami University, and Indiana University. She is Fiction co-Editor at The Offing and a contributing editor at Boulevard. In 2018, she was a recipient of a Barbara Deming Memorial fund grant for feminist fiction. Her stories are forthcoming or that have been recently published in Black Warrior Review, Arts & Letters, Gulf Coast, and The Iowa Review. In 2019, an anthology Megan is editing, FORWARD: 21st Century Flash Fiction, will be published by Aforementioned Productions. Her novel, Lakewood, will be published by Amistad in 2020. She’s represented by Dan Conaway of Writers House.




Peter LaBerge

Peter LaBerge founded The Adroit Journal in 2010, as a high school sophomore. His work appears in Crazyhorse, Harvard Review, Indiana Review, Iowa Review, Kenyon Review Online, Pleiades, and Tin House, among others. He is the recipient of a 2020 Pushcart Prize.

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