Washington, DC

the lowercase reading

Petworth Citizen & Reading Room
829 Upshur St NW
Washington, D.C. 20011

It’s the March edition of the lowercase! Join us at our monthly reading series for volunteers and friends of 826DC.

This month’s reading will feature local novelist, writing coach, and professor Mary Kay Zuravleff!

Mary Kay Zuravleff is the author of Man Alive!, a Washington Post Notable Book, as well as The Bowl Is Already Broken and The Frequency of Souls. She is a founder of NoveltyDC, which offers manuscript consultations and private coaching. Among the honors she has received are numerous Artist Grants from the DC Commission on the Arts, American Academy’s Rosenthal Award, and the James Jones First Novel Award. Mary Kay has taught writing at American University, Johns Hopkins University, and George Mason University, and she has written and edited extensively for the Smithsonian Institution. She is a cofounder of the DMV Women Writers and lives in Washington, D.C., with her family.

Interested in sharing your writing at the lowercase? We’d love that! Email [email protected] to let us know.

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