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Nevada author Scott Neuffer to read from new collection of short stories


scars_of_the_new_order-300x199-3135937-6985982Join Nevada author, Scott Neuffer, as he reads from his new collection of short stories, “Scars of the New Order,” on Wednesday, June 4, 6:30 pm at Sundance Books, 121 California Ave.

Neuffer, a freelance writer, resides in Nev., with his wife Maria and son Andrés. He spent five years as a staff reporter for Sierra Nevada Media Group. Neuffer’s non-fiction writing has appeared in various publications and websites, and he is currently working on a novel.

“Scars of the New Order,” was materialized during his stint as a beat reporter. Neuffer wanted to explore a historical period shaped by millennial youth and aspirations, terrorism and perpetual warfare, economic and political dysfunction and feelings of loss and disillusionment.

Writing fiction allowed him to process the trauma he covered in his community during the Great Recession, as well as trauma in his own family.

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This event is made possible through a partnership with Nevada Humanities and with support from the Nightingale Family Foundation.

Samantha Wang
Samantha Wang
Samantha Wang was born in Las Vegas. She is a senior at the University of Nevada Reno, majoring in Journalism, and minoring in Photography. In the future Samantha aspires to be in the fashion industry as a fashion editor. Her hobbies include exercising, reading, shopping, and taking photographs.




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