112th: The Hudson Review
Please join us on Wednesday, October 26th at 7pm for a reading by the winners of The Hudson Review's short story contest: Alia Ahmed, Timothy Dumas, and Dana Fitz Gale. They will be in conversation with literary critic Dean Flower. They will read excerpts from their winning stories. Presentation of awards by The Hudson Review's editor Paula Deitz, followed by refreshments. Copies of the The Hudson Review will be available for sale.
The Hudson Review is a quarterly magazine of literature and the arts published in New York City. It has a distinguished record of publishing little-known or undiscovered writers, many of whom have become major literary figures.
Alia Ahmed lives in New York, where she is completing her MFA in Fiction from Columbia University. Previously, she worked as an investigative journalist in Karachi, Pakistan. "The Comfort Weaver" is her first published short story.
Timothy Dumas lives in Redding, Connecticut, with his wife and daughter. He is the author of the nonfiction Greentown (Arcade, 1998), about the murder of a teenaged girl in Greenwich, Connecticut. "The Colonel's Boy" is his first published short story.
Dana Fitz Gale won the Brighthorse Prize in Short Fiction for her forthcoming collection, Spells for Victory and Courage (Brighthorse Books, 2016). She lives on a small farm in Montana with her family.