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ANIMAL FARM: “AWAKEN YE, SPRING!” is KRISTIN DOMBEK, ADAM DALVA, A.M. GITTLITZ, m.t. niagara, ED WINSTEAD

Apr 15, 2014 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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Join us on Tuesday, April 15 for “Awaken Ye, Spring!” a wholly original concept with which we shall embrace the Earth, yield to the tender Zephyr, drink, and listen to new writing from a cadre of gifted writers including KRISTIN DOMBEK, A.M. GITTLITZ, ADAM DALVA, m.t. niagara, and ED WINSTEAD.

ANIMAL FARM is NYC’s destination for the newest and best satirical and/or critical writing in any genre. We embrace at OVER THE EIGHT, 594 Union Ave. in Williamsburg (L to Bedford or G to Metropolitan). The Zephyr sweeps gently across the meadow beginning at 8 and is free.

KRISTIN DOMBEK’s essays have appeared in n+1, The Paris Review, and The Painted Bride Quarterly. She writes an advice column for the n+1 website called “The Help Desk.” She was a 2013 recipient of a Rona Jaffe award, and is currently completing a cultural history of narcissism, after which she will write a memoir about herself. She teaches in the Princeton Writing Program.

ADAM DALVA is a graduate of NYU’s MFA Program, where he was a Veterans Writing Workshop Fellow. He has written a novel, The Zero Date, and his work has been or will be published in The Millions, Bodega, Connu, The Golden Handcuffs Review, and elsewhere. Adam currently works as a French 18th century antique dealer.

A.M. GITTLITZ is a Brooklyn based zinester, freelance journalist, fiction writer, and delivery boy. His work focuses on the topics of counterculture, radical politics, punk rock, and bringing condo-dwellers fried chicken. A contributor to Vol. 1 Brooklyn, HTMLGiant, Vice, and the New Inquiry, he also volunteers at the Spectacle Theater and co-hosts the Death Panel Reading Series at various literary proletarian venues around New York City.

m.t. niagara is a poet and writer based in chinatown, nyc. in the last year she’s published chapbooks and zines such as 22 sonnets written in the vicinity of Algonquin Provincial Park and Interviews at a Party. she’s working on her first book, an erotic novel set on the oregon trail.

ED WINSTEAD is an associate editor at Guernica Magazine and an editorial assistant at Simon & Schuster. He has an MFA from New York University and his work has appeared in a number of publications, including Guernica, The Rumpus, and The American Reader.

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Details

Date:
Apr 15, 2014
Time:
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Cost:
Free

Venue

Over the Eight
594 Union Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11206 United States
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Phone:
718-753-3836