We Asked Our Team What They Are Reading This Summer
Ah, summer! The season known as a time to relax, enjoy the outdoors, and possibly take a vacation. It is also known as the season to read … a lot! We asked our team members to let us know what they are reading this summer, whether it be at the beach, the lake, or on their own back decks. Here are their answers:
Ray Brunt, co-host of PWN’s Debut Review podcast, is reading 40 by Alan Heathcock. Side note: Alan will be a guest on the podcast on August 2. Be sure to listen in!
Jennifer Chauhan, executive director of Project Write Now and writing instructor, is reading Body Work by Melissa Febos.
PWN instructor Mimi Cross, who is teaching Songwriting this summer, is reading House of Sky and Breath by Sarah J. Maas.
PWN teaching assistant, Lauren DeFelice, is reading The Atlas Six by Olivie Blake.
One of our new instructors, Kate Devine, who is teaching Personal Essay: Lyric & Alternative Forms, is reading The Red Zone by Chloe Caldwell.
Our PWN Screen Academy director, Lizzie Finn, is reading This Will All Be Over Soon by Cecily Strong.
One of our Memoir instructors and leader of book inc’s Book Revision Lab, Jennifer Gaites, is reading Olympus, Texas by Stacey Swann.
Zoë A. Gulliksen, PWN’s creative marketing manager and book inc founding member, is reading Beautiful Little Fools by Jillian Cantor.
PWN’s Debut Review co-host and instructor Courtney Harler who is teaching Sub & Pub for this summer session, is reading The Year of the Horses by Courtney Maum.
Our operations and communications manager, Elizabeth (Liz) Jannuzzi, just finished Know My Name by Chanel Miller.
Pamela K. Johnson, who is teaching the three-week class, Having Your Say: Op-Ed & Expository Writing, which begins August 3, is reading Black Cake by Charmaine Wilkerson.
Summer camp instructor Jim McConville who is running the Fantastic Voyage camp for 5th and 6th graders, is reading How Do You Live? By Genzaburo Yoshino.
J. Greg Phelan, book inc director and Project Write Now founding member, is reading Tomorrow, Tomorrow, and Tomorrow by Gabrielle Zevin.
Allison Tevald, PWN’s program director and writing instructor, is reading Happy-Go-Lucky by David Sedaris.
PWN instructor, Eileen Whitener who is teaching Just Write for the summer session is reading Half Broke Horses: A True-Life Novel by Jeannette Walls.