Please join us on Wednesday, October 28 at 7 pm for a reading by Stephen-Paul Martin, as part of the Hugh C. Hyde Living Writers series. Co-Director of SDSU’s MFA Program in Creative Writing, Martin will share his story, The Phantom Zone, forthcoming in Fiction International.
This event will be virtual.
Stephen-Paul Martin has published over twenty books of fiction, poetry, and non-fiction. One of his short story collections, The Gothic Twilight, was nominated for the National Book Critics Circle Fiction Award in 1993. His most recent collections of fiction are The Ace of Lightning (FC2, 2017)) and Changing the Subject (Ellipsis, 2010).
From 1980-1996 he co-edited Central Park, an internationally acclaimed journal of the arts & social commentary. His writings have appeared in over 200 periodicals over the past 30 years, in several different languages. He received his doctorate from New York University in 1983. Martin is Co-Director of SDSU’s MFA Program in Creative Writing.