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BREW VIII: An Evening of Liteary Works
Jun 23, 2016 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Featuring readings by:
Leland is the author of the novel THE MISADVENTURES OF SULLIVER PONG (CCLaP Publishing, 2015). He has been awarded fellowships and artist residencies including one from the MacDowell Colony, and his work has appeared or is forthcoming in publications such as Salon, The Rumpus, Kenyon Review, Prairie Schooner, [PANK] Magazine, Vol. 1 Brooklyn, Bartleby Snopes, The Margins, and elsewhere. He is also an assistant fiction editor at Newfound Journal. He lives in Brooklyn.
Laruen’s first full-length collection of poetry, Lady Be Good, is forthcoming from Civil Coping Mechanisms Press, 2016. Awarded the Nadya Aisenberg Fellowship from the MacDowell Colony, where she was a fellow in 2012 and 2014, her work has appeared in Gulf Coast, Harvard Review Online, and Kenyon Review Online, among other journals. She serves as Poetry Editor for No Tokens Journal. For more, see laurenhilger.com.
David grew up in Texas, but currently lives and writes in Northern New Jersey. He believes that we create ourselves through the stories we tell, and that is what he aims to do every day. Usually, you can find him driving his truck around the Garden State with his dog. He has been published in Barrelhouse, The Nervous Breakdown, Awst Press, The Austin Review, Rappahannock Review, Crate, and others. His debut nonfiction collection This Is Not a Confession (Awst Press, 2016) wants your eyeballs. You can find more about him at davidolimpio.com, including links to his writing and photography. He tweets every day about a broad range of important topics, from the ontological meaning of dog-poop bags to the erotic potential of red velvet cake. He would love for you to join him: @notsolinear.
Elizabeth’s first full-length collection, Portrait of the Future with Trapdoor, received the Bryant-Lisembee Book Prize and was published by Red Paint Hill in April 2016. Her work has recently appeared or is forthcoming in Witness, Best New Poets 2015, Conduit, DIAGRAM, Sixth Finch, The Awl, and Redivider, among others. She is assistant editor of inter|rupture. Her website is elizabethonusko.com.
Stephen’s work has appeared in Glimmer Train, The Portland Review, Monkeybicycle, matchbook, Necessary Fiction, People Holding, and Gigantic Sequins, among other places. He is also the recipient of a 2015 NYC Emerging Writers Fellowship from The Center for Fiction. Visit him at www.stephenmlanglois.com.
Also featuring Happy Hour draft beer and an abundance of caffeinated beverages.