Join us around the campfire outside The Coop, Norb Blei’s writing studio, for a reading by and discussion with author Carol Dunbar, winner of the 2018 Hal Prize in Fiction for her short story “Saving Stobs,” selected by novelist Peter Geye.
Light refreshments will be served. Limited seating is available; feel free to bring your own lawn chair or blanket. In the event of inclement weather, the program will be moved inside. The program is free; goodwill donations encouraged.
Carol Dunbar’s work has been published in The South Carolina Review, Midwest Gothic, The Midwest Review, Literary Mama, Great Lakes Review, and others, including the anthology The Heart of All That Is: Reflections on Home, published by Holy Cow! Press. Her short story, “Saving Stobs,” won the 2018 Hal Prize for Fiction and her novel, The Net Beneath Us, was a finalist for the Dana Award. Wisconsin Public Radio airs her essays about living off the grid. One of those stories was televised as an animated short. Carol works as a ghostwriter for investment advisors and lives with her family in the woods.