Hub City Writers Project Spring Writer-in-Residence Katie Moulton and creative non-fiction author Jennifer Hope Choi will read from their latest pieces 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 17 at the Hub City Bookshop.
Katie Moulton is a writer, editor, and music critic from St. Louis. Her work has been supported by
fellowships from Bread Loaf, Virginia Center for Creative Arts, Jentel, OMI International Arts Center, and Indiana University. Her writing has appeared in Tin House, Village Voice, Bitch Magazine, Quarterly West, the Denver Post, and elsewhere. She has been a culture journalist for Voice Media newspapers since 2009, and was recently the Music Editor of Westword in Denver. As the 2018 Spring Writer in Residence at Hub City, she is working on Dad Rock, a memoir that blends personal essay and music criticism.
Jennifer Hope Choi is the recipient of the Carson McCullers Center's Marguerite and Lamar Smith Fellowship, the BuzzFeed Emerging Writer Fellowship, and the B. Frank Vogel Scholarship at Bread Loaf Writers' Conference. Her essay, “My Mother and I Went Halfway Around the World to Find Each Other” is anthologized in Best American Travel Writing 2018, selected by guest editor Cheryl Strayed. Her writing has appeared in Virginia Quarterly Review, The American Scholar, Lucky Peach, Guernica, BuzzFeed Reader, Catapult, The Atlantic, and elsewhere. She is currently working on a memoir.