59 Places to F**k in Arizona: Exploring Gender and Sexuality in Modern Fiction

5th Mar 2018, 5:15pm - 6:30pm

Edge Hill University - Main Building

59 Places to F**k in Arizona: Exploring Gender and Sexuality in Modern Fiction – Dr Rodge Glass Reading from his collection LoveSexTravelMusik: Stories for the EasyJet Generation (Freight Books, 2013), Dr Rodge Glass will broach the topic of how to navigate issues of gender and sexuality in the modern short story. Rodge will discuss the creative process, the themes and concerns of the book. Rodge is an award-winning author and short story writer. He joined Edge Hill University in 2012 and is now a Reader in Literary Fiction. He is also co-director of Edge Hill University Press, and the editor of its first publication, Head Land: 10 Years of the Edge Hill Short Story Prize. Rodge is currently writing a novel set in Latin America called Once a Great Leader. The Gender and Sexuality Research Group GenSex, is an inter-disciplinary group which promotes global research into gender and sexuality studies.

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