7pm February 27th, 2015
@ BGSQD @ The LGBT Center 208 West 13th Street Room 210 NY, NY 10011

Group reading of Shelley Marlow's TWO AUGUSTS IN A ROW IN A ROW

Please join author Shelley Marlow at BGSQD on February 27th for a group reading her new novel TWO AUGUSTS IN A ROW IN A ROW with Penny Arcade, Stephen Boyer, Michelle Handelman, Geoff Hendricks, Douglas Martin, Debbie Nadolney, Reno, Lollo Romanski, Rafael Sanchez, Buzz Slutsky, Pamela Sneed, Tony Torn+Lee Ann Brown, Jack Waters, PLUS SPECIAL SURPRISE GUESTS!


On Two Augusts in a Row in a Row,

With spare, economical writing, Marlow creates rich parallel worlds in her debut novel Two Augusts in a Row in a Row. Marlow's gender-confounding narrator, Phillip/Philomena gives voice to the present moment in New York City, pre and post 9/11. In doing so, Marlow gives us that rare thing—a sad and humorous but character-driven narrative that is rife with life, with wisdom. —Jeffery Renard Allen, author of the novels Song of the Shank and Rails Under My Back

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February 27th, 2015 at 7pm
@ Publication Studio 717 SW Ankeny St. Portland, Oregon 97205

Howard W. Robertson, Matt Briggs, and Sara Jaffe read at Publication Studio Portland, Oregon

Please join us at Publication Studio HQ for a wonderful reading featuring Howard W. Robertson, with his upcoming book of stories, Hyperzotica, Matt Briggs, and Sara Jaffe. The event will start at 7pm and the reading will begin around 7:30pm. 


free and open to the public

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Saturday February 28th at 7pm CST
@ 409 Ross Avenue Oxford, Mississippi 38655

Nathan Hauke reads in TROBAR RIC POETRY SERIES

Nathan Hauke, author of In the Marble of Your Animal Eyes, will be reading in the Tobar Ric Poetry Series on February 28th at 7pm CST. Joining Hauke will be Kirsten Jorgenson, Jen Tynes, and Michael Sikkema. 

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noon-12:45pm, March 4th, 2015
@ RISD Museum 224 Benefit St, Providence, RI 02903

Joon Oluchi Lee reads at RISD Museum

Joon Oluchi Lee will be reading excerpts from his new novelette 94 at the RISD Museum on March 4th. Joon Oluchi Lee is Associate Professor in the Literary Arts and Studies Deparment, and was educated in South Korea, Iowa, Virginia, and northern California. He is the author of Lace Sick Bag, "The Joy of the Castrated Boy" (Social Text, F/W 2005). His writing and textual performances can be found on twitter @girlscallmurder, girlscallmurder.com, and lipstickeater.blogspot.com.


94 is a pocket sized book of a sweetly potent story set in 1994 filled with intimacy and young relationships. It is a cameo of a novel, a miniature portrait made in relief, existing daintily between the second and third dimensions. Who sat for the portrait: a 19-year old boy in 1994, going to college in the South, gay and Asian, who will become female by 2014. The Stuff into which the portrait was carved; the feelings aroused by boys he desired, the feelings he wanted to have; feelings that are historically specific, that are products of a specific moment in time, space, and cultural evolution, when those days of innocence were actually defined by more manipulation, heartlessness and cruelty than today.

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May 21st, 2015
@ McNally Jackson 52 Prince St. New York, NY 10012

Peter Nickowitz and Deborah Landau at McNally Jackson

Peter Nickowitz, author of Cinema Vernacular, will be reading with Deborah Landau at McNally Jackson on May 21st.


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