Recap: “L.A. in a Flash” @ Lit Crawl L.A.

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The editors of Exposition Review love Lit Crawl L.A., and we’re excited to be among those chosen to host an event at this bar crawl turned literary extravaganza. On October 25, we gathered in NoHo with some of our favorite multi-genre short form writers for “L.A. in a Flash,” one of our signature #ExpoPresents micro-readings/workshops. Read on for all the flash-y details.

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Recap: 2017 Short Play Series

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On August 26, we had the pleasure of debuting several new short plays for another #ExpoPresents event, our 2017 Short Play Series. We once again packed the house at the Chromolume Theater in Los Angeles for a special, one-night-only performance of four plays that originally appeared in our 2017 issue,  Vol. II” Surface,” and our 2016 Flash 405 contest.

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Two Writers Walk Into a Bar, Episode 2: Howard Ho

Two Writers Walk Into a Bar is a monthly podcast from Exposition Review where editor and host Mellinda Hensley brings an author to his or her favorite bar in Los Angeles to discuss liquor, L.A., and writing under the influence of both.

Episode 2 is a conversation with playwright Howard Ho about his love for musicals, improv, and a rad Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles fight. Enjoy! Continue reading Two Writers Walk Into a Bar, Episode 2: Howard Ho”

Introducing Two Writers Walk Into a Bar, a Podcast

Exposition Review is proud to announce the debut of our podcast, Two Writers Walk Into a Bar!

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Two Writers Walk Into a Bar is a monthly podcast from Exposition Review where editor and host Mellinda Hensley brings an author to his or her favorite bar in Los Angeles to discuss liquor, L.A., and writing under the influence of both.

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Join Exposition Review at SoCal Poetry Festival for Signature Panel/Workshop

Southern California Poetry Festival Exposition ReviewExposition Review is delighted to announce that we will be hosting one of our signature panels/micro-workshops at the 2016 Southern California Poetry Festival. Organized by Expo contributor Sonia Greenfield and Donna Hilbert in partnership with the Poetry Foundation, SoCalPoFest is an annual poetry event. This year, it takes place at the Long Beach Aquarium on the weekend of September 10-11. For the inaugural launch, the literary gathering features readers hosted by literary organizations, local presses, and local literary journals, including yours truly.

Read on for all the details!

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LitFest 2016 in Retrospect, with work by Janet Fitch & Judith Freeman

LitFest PasadenaThe fifth annual LitFest Pasadena was on June 4, and Exposition Review was delighted to be a part of this celebration of authors, books, and the craft of writing! Kicking off the day with panels on YA writing and science fiction author Octavia Butler, LitFest hosted a full day of events and readings around the Pasadena Playhouse District–including our own panel, A Flash of Inspiration: Micro-narratives in Multi-Genre Writing Workshop.

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A Flash of Inspiration at LitFest Pasadena

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The editors of Exposition Review are excited to announce that we are curating a panel discussion and writing event at LitFest Pasadena. We’ve gathered some of our favorite writers, editors, and MPW alumni to bring you writing ideas and inspiration.  If you can’t make it out to Pasadena—and even if you can—tag your questions on Twitter as #AskExpo, and we just might live-tweet back your answer.

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Explore Downtown Los Angeles for AWP

Los Angeles Welcomes #AWP16

In just a few short weeks, Los Angeles will welcome the Association of Writers and Writing Programs conference, or what is better known as AWP. As an LA-based literary journal and a hub of LA’s writing community, we, as good hosts and hostesses, couldn’t pass up the opportunity dish out a little guide (complete with map) to Downtown Los Angeles and the Arts District. Continue reading “Explore Downtown Los Angeles for AWP”