The premiere event of the new online literary journal, the ''Gila River Review''. I''ll be reading the story of mine that was accepted!
On April 29th I'll be reading my short story 'R-Day' at the premiere of Chandler-Gilbert Community College's new online literary journal, the 'Gila River Review'. The event will be from 7:00pm - 8:30pm on Chandler-Gilbert's campus on the northwest corner of Gilbert and Pecos Roads in Chandler. Come here me and other local contributors read our work!
About the Author
Steven Maus lives in Tempe, Arizona. His first novel, a fantasy adventure titled Branchwater, was published in August of 2007, and his fantasy collection Madeline City and other tales was published in Janurary 2009. Maus is a 22-year-old student of creative writing at Chandler-GilbertCommunity College, and urges young writers to go to school. “If you don’t go to school and learn the craft of writing and storytelling, you’re cheating yourself big time,” he says. Maus is currently working on the next book in the Branchwater storyline, as well as several other independent projects.
MadelineCity and other tales (ISBN 978-1-4327-3806-8, Outskirts Press, 2009) can be purchased through local and online bookstores. For more information visit www.stevenmaus.webs.com, or email Steven Maus at laguna6.yahoo.com.
"Steven Maus is the kind of writer who loves his readers, a writer who shapes his characters inside and out in the service of ensuring that his audience is not only entertained, but fulfilled by a realized imaginative experience." --Patrick Michael Finn, author of A Martyr for Suzy Kosasovich
"World building is well done... the author is a fine storyteller.” --Dr. Bob Rich, author of The Travels of First Horse