Roosevelt University’s Creative Writing program and the Oyez Review are proud to present author Vincent Francone. Join us for a live reading and discussion with Vincent Francone, on Monday, October 1st, 5:00 p.m. in the Spertus Lounge.
Vincent Francone is the author of Like a Dog (Blue Heron Book Works, 2015) and the forthcoming essay collection The Soft Lunacy. He has published poems, stories, and essays in New City Magazine, The Oklahoma Review, Akashic Books, Three Percent, Southword, and numerous other online and print journals. Vincent won first place in the 2009 Illinois Emerging Writers Competition (Gwendolyn Brooks Award) and is at work on a collection of stories when not hosting the podcast Drinking and Talking.
Vincent Francone graduated from Roosevelt University (BA: English) and Northwestern University (MA: Creative Writing). He has been a full time English Instructor at Roosevelt University since 2014 and serves as the Interim Director of Writing Tutoring at Roosevelt University’s Learning Commons.
Please join Vincent Francone and the Roosevelt University writing community Monday, October 1st at Roosevelt University’s Spertus Lounge (AUD 244).
Location: Spertus Lounge, Auditorium Building, Chicago Campus
Date: Monday, October 1st
Time: 5:00 p.m.