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Word Thursdays: Kathryn Kulpa & Lorette Luzajic

October 24 @ 7:00 pm

Word Thursdays Online featuring Lorette Luzajic & Kathryn Kulpa will broadcast live on Thursday, October 24 at 7 PM EST.

To attend the event, please click this link just before 7 PM EST:

Or visit Bright Hill’s Facebook page at 7 PM EST to view the live stream. RSVP to the event on Facebook here.

Suggested donation is $3, and free to students.

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Lorette C. Luzajic

Lorette C. Luzajic reads, writes, publishes, edits, and teaches small fictions, prose poetry and CNF or hybrid forms. She has a Bachelor of Applied Arts in journalism, but has always focused on creative writing and the study of art history. Her work has been published in hundreds of journals, taught in schools and workshops, and translated into Urdu and Spanish. For many years, she wrote a column for Good Food Revolution, pairing Wine and Art. Today she writes about culinary lore in the monthly Eat Play Rove, often centering food in visual art in her stories. She was selected for Best Small Fictions 2023 and 2024. She has been nominated several times each for Best Small Fictions, Best Microfictions, Best of the Net, the Pushcart Prize, and Best American Food Writing. She has been shortlisted for Bath Flash Fiction and The Lascaux Review awards. Her collections include The Rope Artist, The Neon Rosary, Pretty Time Machine and Winter in June. Lorette is the founding editor of The Ekphrastic Review, a journal of literature inspired by art, running for almost nine years, and the brand-new prose poetry journal, The Mackinaw. Lorette is also an award-winning mixed media artist, with collectors in more than 40 countries so far.

Kathryn Kulpa

Kathryn Kulpa is a New England-based writer with stories in Fictive Dream, Flash Frontier, Ghost Parachute, Lascaux Review, and Smokelong Quarterly. Her work has been chosen for Best Microfiction and the Wigleaf longlist and nominated for Best Small Fictions. Her books include Girls on Film (Paper Nautilus), Cooking Tips for the Demon-Haunted (New Rivers Press), For Every Tower, a Princess (forthcoming from Porkbelly Press), and A Map of Lost Places (forthcoming from Gold Line Press).