SR Pod/Vod Series – Recording: Author Rena Lesué-Smithey

Rena Lesue-SmitheyThis Tuesday, we’re proud to feature SR contributor Rena Lesué-Smithey reading her nonfiction piece “The Passenger” on our podcast.

You can listen to the podcast on our iTunes Channel, #206.

You can follow along with “The Passenger” in Superstition Review, Issue 16.

Rena’s Authors Talk went up on April 8th, podcast #207.

More About the Author:
Rena Lesué-Smithey teaches high school English and youth writing camps at BYU. In 2011, she was a Central Utah Writing Project fellow and editor for the Utah English Journal. She has five years of experience as a journalist, including three as a correspondent for The Daily Herald, and this summer she’ll finish her MFA in Creative Nonfiction through Cedar Crest College’s pan-European program. Her prose has appeared in Touchstones, Warp & Weave, Segullah, Ruminate, and Gris-Gris. Rena was a semi-finalist for the 2016 VanderMey Nonfiction Prize and a finalist in the 2015 Heather Campbell Prose Contest. Rena grew up in Texas, Nevada, Missouri, and Mississippi and now resides in Utah with her husband, two kids, and their dog, Spike.

Cass Murphy

Cass Murphy recently graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in English Creative Writing and minors in Applied Biological Sciences, Parks and Protected Area Management, Sustainability, and an Environmental Humanities Certificate. While at ASU, she interned with Superstition Review and began the Authors Talk podcast series as Podcast Blogger. Her passions include oxford commas and birds.

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