July is probably most widely known for writing, directing and starring in the films "Me and You and Everyone We Know" and "The Future." But she works in a variety of media. Her work is hard to categorize or describe, but if you know who she is, you're probably already jazzed about getting to experience her doing a reading.
Her appearance, like all the others in UT's series of summer readings, is free and open to the public. They're all on or around the UT campus in downtown Tampa and they all start at 7 p.m.
Here's the rundown. for the whole series. Except for the first reading, they're all at venues on the UT campus, at 401 W. Kennedy Blvd. For information, go to www.ut.edu/mfacw/lectores.
Thursday, June 13 -- Novelists Brock Clarke and Tibor Fischer, Oxford Exchange, 420 W. Kennedy Blvd.
Friday, June 14, Fiction writers Corinna Vallianatos and Kevin Moffett, and journalist and nonfiction writer John Capouya, Falk Theatre.
Saturday, June 15 -- Author, filmmaker and artist Miranda July, Vaughn Center, Ninth Floor.
Monday, June 17 -- Man Booker International Prize finalist Josip Novakovich and poet Barbara Ras, Falk Theatre.
Tuesday, June 18 -- Poets and nonfiction writers Steve Kistulentz, Donald Morrill and Heather Sellers, Falk Theatre.
Wednesday, June 19 -- National Book Award winner Denis Johnson, Falk Theatre.
Thursday, June 20 --Novelists Jessica Anthony, Stefan Kiesbye and Jeff Parker, Vaughn Center, Ninth Floor.