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ASU Undergraduate Showcase 2019 

Date(s): Wednesday, November 20, 2019. 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Piper Writers House, 450 E Tyler Mall, Tempe, AZ 85281
Celebration, For Students, Performance
Genre and Form(s): Creative Nonfiction, Essays, Fiction, Mixed Genre, Poetry, Short Stories
Cost: Free

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About this Event

Join the Virginia G. Piper Center for Creative Writing for our third-annual ASU Undergraduate Writers Showcase, Wednesday, November 20, 2019, at the Piper Writers House (450 E Tyler Mall, Tempe, AZ 85281) from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. At this event, a number of undergraduate writers will be celebrating their work with their community. Work will be chosen by Piper Staff, and a final lineup will be made available by November 4th.

While encouraged, RSVPs are purely for the purposes of monitoring attendance, gauging interest, and communicating information about parking, directions, and other aspects of the event. This event is open to the public and free.

About the Readers

Photograph of Mads Alzamora

Mads Alzamora is a junior Chemistry and Sustainability in the honors college at ASU. The first thing she remembers writing was a poem in the first grade that won second place in her hometown writing competition, and she hopes she's improved since then. In her limited spare time, Mads is an actress-producer-techie for the Theatre and Shakespeare Club as well as a research assistant studying pollutants in fog samples and an avid Neil Gaiman fan.

Amy Keegan thrives on serendipity and is a subscriber to felicity. In an amorous relationship with words, she seeks to make the most of life, sharing relatable human experiences and whimsical imagery through storytelling.

My name is Emilie Lu and my name in Mandarin is Lu LingYun. It means “ wispy clouds on the mountain summit”. I hope to go to medical school once i finish my undergraduate degree in Medical Studies. Growing up, I raised crickets and they were my very first pets that taught me the duality and fragility of life.

Karson Samons likes dried flowers and peaches and forgets how to read.

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