Tuesday, November 15, 2011
Southern Indiana Review hosts reading at Barnes and Noble
Contact for more information:
Wendy Knipe Bredhold
Media Relations Specialist, News & Information Services
"Lost" is the story of two men trying to get to Illinois to pick up a shipment of drugs. Both are fighting their own battles, but one is trying to balance his personal demons and the expectations of his girlfriend and their rocky relationship. He faces multiple obstacles that make him realize that he may be lost in more ways than one. The short story is featured in the fall 2011 issue of Southern Indiana Review.
Corbin studied elementary education at the University of Southern Indiana before going on to pursue a career in law enforcement. Today he resides in Evansville with his wife and two daughters and works as an Evansville city police officer.
He has been a finalist in several literary competitions, including the recent fiction open contest for Glimmer Train.
The reading is free and open to the public. A book-signing will follow the reading.
Southern Indiana Review is a national literary magazine published biannually by the University of Southern Indiana. The fall 2011 issue is available for purchase at the USI Bookstore, Barnes and Noble Booksellers, and online at www.usi.edu/sir.
For more information call Ron Mitchell, Southern Indiana Review editor and USI instructor in English, at 812/464-1784.