Thursday Oct 05 // 8:00 pm // Free Event
This fall we’re putting everything on the table to see what’s inside.
Our fall fiction titles artfully dissect questions surrounding creation, ownership, and people in disrepair. MARTHA BAILLIE’s If Clara is a compelling exploration of whose voices are heard in the modern din. The stories in The Doll’s Alphabet, CAMILLA GRUDOVA’s grotesquely enchanting debut, do more than get under a reader’s skin – they make purposeful incisions..
NABEN RUTHNUM’s Curry adds to the innovation and probing reputation of the Exploded Views series.
In poetry, SINA QUEYRAS puts Sylvia Plath’s Ariel, along with her own family baggage under the knife. JAY RITCHIE brings unparalleled wit to the everyday in Cheer Up, Jay Ritchie. And, unlike a patient etherized upon a table, JERAMY DODDS’ Drakkar Noir refuses to lie still.
So, come and see what’s inside.
Doors at 7:30 | Readings at 8 pm
Books & booze for sale
This event is all ages.