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Friday, January 4, 2013

Fiction 101 Reading Goes Down at Rediscovered Bookshop

Posted By on Fri, Jan 4, 2013 at 11:24 AM

Diane Raptosh reads her story Rugged Western Individualism at Rediscovered Bookshop.
  • Josh Gross
  • Diane Raptosh reads her story, "Rugged Western Individualism," at Rediscovered Bookshop Thursday night.

The winners of this year's Fiction 101 contest can be seen in the current issue of Boise Weekly. But on First Thursday, Jan. 3, they could be heard at Rediscovered Bookshop.

The winning writers took turns stepping up to the podium to read their stories to a standing-room-only audience. After the readings, they took a variety of questions on their inspirations, processes, and what was left out of their stories.

If you weren't able to squeeze yourself in, have no fear. BW got that shizzle on tape. You can hear the podcast below.

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