Open mic writer’s series ‘Fiction Redux’ returns

December 10, 2014

Associated Students Incorporated is planning their 2nd annual Fiction Redux event next quarter.

Fiction Redux is an open mic event for aspiring writers. The event provides an open forum where writers can share their work and receive feedback in a positive environment.

Kwodwo Moore, a computer science major at California State University, East Bay, said he enjoyed last year’s Fiction Redux series and looks forward to the event returning.

“Fiction Redux was a really good opportunity for me as a lover of all things written,” said Moore. “Not only was there a space for me to share my own experiences and thoughts amongst like minded people, but there was a breadth and depth amongst those who chose to share their own written works.”

Last year’s Fiction Redux attracted the attention of several special guests, including Ali Eteraz, a published author and member of the San Francisco Writers Grotto.

ASI Event Supervisor Sydni Flemmer says events like Fiction Redux are important because they help foster a supportive and engaging community.

“It affords students the opportunity to express themselves without fear of grades and being judged,” said Flemmer. “We get to experience a creative and engaging art form. It is really great to be a part of that.”

Fiction Redux will take place on Jan. 12 and 26 at 5 p.m. in the Old University Union, Room 311. The event is free and open to the community.

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