[PAST EVENT] W&M Graduate, Editor, Fiction Writer and Essayist, Cheston Knapp
April 12, 2012
7pm - 8:30pm
Cheston Knapp, a 2004 William and Mary graduate, has distinguished himself early as both a writer and editor. Beginning as an intern at Tin House magazine, he went on to direct the annual Tin House Writers Workshop and is now the magazine's managing editor. He has published two essays in Tin House, including "Beirut," a comic, poignant memoir of fraternity life at William and Mary. His story, "A Minor Momentousness in the History of Love," was published in One Story in March, 2010.