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On March 21 at 8:00 p.m., the Converse College Creative Writing Program will host critically-acclaimed fiction writer Margaret Luongo. Luongo will read from her work in the Bain Room, Wilson Hall. A reception will take place before the reading, at 7:30 p.m., in Wilson Lobby. Margaret Luongo is the author of two story collections–If the Heart is Lean and History of Art, both published by LSU Press. Her stories have appeared in Tin House, The Cincinnati Review, Granta.com, the Pushcart Prize anthology and other publications. Recipient of the Walter E. Dakin Fellowship and an Ohio Arts Council grant, she teaches creative writing and contemporary fiction at Miami University in Ohio, where she lives with her husband, artist Billy Simms.