Come to the 2013 Lit Fuse Reading Series at Kaboom Books!
Thursday, May 9, 2013 - 7:30 p.m.
LitFuse closes out the spring 2013 season with an extravagant Very Special Episode, featuring Beth Secor, Bryan Owens, Nicole Walker, and Chuck Jackson.
Chuck Jackson is an Associate Professor in the Department of English at the University of Houston-Downtown where he also coordinates the interdisciplinary film studies minor. In 2009, he won the UHD Award for Teaching Excellence. His writings on literature, film, and culture have appeared in African American Review, the Journal of Popular Film and Television, Modern Fiction Studies, the Faulkner Journal, camera obscura, Gothic Studies, and Pedagogy, and he has a piece forthcoming from Studies in Law, Politics, and Society. He's currently at work on a manuscript about the film work of James E. Hinton, North America's first African American cinematographer.
Nicole Walker is a third-year M.F.A. Poetry candidate at UH. Originally from Brownsville, TX, she moved to Houston at 18, where she received her BA in English and Psychology at the University of St. Thomas.
Our expansion to a larger KABOOM on Houston Avenue
We are no longer at 733 Studewood.
We've reconciled with the letter P. My wife, myself, the dog and the entire alphabet are together again, now ensconced in luxurious 3000 square foot quarters at and adjoining the shop at 3116 Houston Avenue.
Come see. Open Daily.