SATURDAY, AUGUST 1ST
Summer, man. It’s hot and words are, like, A.C. for the soul.
Come hear Halina Duraj, Eric Nelson, Alicia Puglionesi and Michael B. Tager blast the armpits of your heart with some chill waves.
As always, donation bohs.
Halina Duraj has an M.A. in creative writing from the University of California, Davis, and a Ph.D. in literature and creative writing from the University of Utah. Her stories have appeared in The Harvard Review, The Sun, Fiction, Witness, and other journals. One of her stories appeared in the 2014 PEN/O. Henry Prize anthology. In 2012, she was a writer-in-residence at Hedgebrook, a women’s writing residency on Whidbey Island, WA. Her debut story collection, The Family Cannon, was published by Augury Books in January 2014 and was nominated for a 2015 CLMP Firecracker Award. She is an assistant professor of English and fiction writing at the University of San Diego.
Eric Nelson is a prose writer and critic living in Queens, New York. His work has appeared in Tin House magazine, The Rumpus, Vol 1 Brooklyn and elsewhere. He currently reviews films and books for The Fanzine.
Alicia is a writer and historian of science living in Baltimore.
Michael B. Tager’s work has appeared in Ambit, Timber, Baltimore Fishbowl, Theaker’s Quarterly, Atticus Review, Typehouse Literary Magazine, The Light Ekphrastic and is forthcoming from from Goldshader and New Legends. He is the author of Always Tomorrow and Pop Culture Poetry, published by Mason Jar Press. He is the Managing Editor of Writers and Words and loves Buffy the Vampire Slayer and the Baltimore Orioles. You can find him online at michaelbtager.com.