An evening of readings with Mike Smith, Mickey Hess & Andrew Walker

Jun ’04
12:00 am

An evening of readings with Mike Smith, Mickey Hess & Andrew WalkerSaturday, July 10th, 7:00 PM
Mike Smith is a writer, but makes more by working at libraries and radio stations. Two of his stories have appeared in the Edward Society. He once used his training in English to teach high school Math. Tell Christian I\’m Sorry is his first novel and is loosely based on Smith\’s life, from his Fairdale, Kentucky upbringing to his short-lived teaching career.
Mickey Hess lives in Louisville, Kentucky, city of Colonel Sanders\’ grave and the KFC world headquarters. Author of Big Wheel at the Cracker Factory, Nobody Likes a Smartass, and El Cumpleanos de Paco, Mickey is proud to be included in the forthcoming McSweeney\’s Humor Anthology. He teaches writing at Indiana University Southeast.
Andrew Walker has performed at places like the University of Louisville and Indiana University Southeast. He attends both of these universities simultaneously and enjoys his studies in writing. His story A Religious Revelation Without the Religion will be featured in the upcoming anthology, Where Handstands Surprise Us: The Best of the Bean Street Reading Series.
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