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Why There Are Words Presents “Reparations”
February 8, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm UTC+0$10
Why There Are Words Presents: Reparations
SAUSALITO, CA (January 24, 2018) – Join Why There Are Words on February 8th, 2018, at Studio 333 in Sausalito as six acclaimed authors read on the theme of “Reparations.”
Doors open at 7pm; readings begin at 7:15. $10 entry fee at the door. Cash bar. For more details, including the authors’ full bios, see the website, www.whytherearewords.com. For more details about WTAW Press, visit www.wtawpress.org.
Laurie Doyle‘s new collection of stories, World Gone Missing (Regal House Publishing, 2017), was named as a top book pick by The East Bay Express. Her stories and essays have appeared in the Los Angeles Review, Jabberwock Review, and Under the Sun, among many other literary journals. www.laurieanndoyle.com
Scott Esposito is the author of four books, most recently The Doubles from Civil Coping Mechanisms (2017). He is a frequent contributor to the Times Literary Supplement and the San Francisco Chronicle, and his work has appeared in BOMB Magazine, Tin House, The White Review, The Lifted Brow, The Believer, The Washington Post, and others.
Shauna Hannibal is the author of Hannibal (Forklift Books, 2017), her debut collection of poetry, with praise from Laura Kasischke and Dean Young. Her work has appeared in jubilat, Big Bell, Forklift, Ohio, and others.
Kevin McIlvoy’s published works include the story collections 57 Octaves Below Middle C, published by Four Way Books in September 2017, and The Complete History of New Mexico, as well as the novels The Fifth Station, Little Peg, and Hyssop. www.mcthebookmechanic.com
Tomas Moniz edited Rad Dad and Rad Families. His novella Bellies and Buffalos is about friendship, family and Flamin’ Hot Cheetos. He’s the recipient of the SF Literary Arts Foundation’s 2016 Award, the 2016 Can Serrat Residency, the 2017 Caldera Residency and others. tomasmoniz.weebly.com
Kathleen Winter is the author of two poetry collections, I will not kick my friends (Elixir Press 2018), winner of the Elixir Poetry Prize, and Nostalgia for the Criminal Past,
which received the 2013 Texas Institute of Letters first book award. Her poems are forthcoming in The New Statesman, Yale Review, Barrow Street, Confrontation, and others.
Why There Are Words (WTAW) is an award-winning national reading series founded in Sausalito in 2010 by Peg Alford Pursell, now expanded to five additional major cities in the U.S. with more planned in the future. The series draws a full house of Bay Area residents every second Thursday to Studio 333, located at 333 Caledonia Street, Sausalito, CA 94965. The series is part of the 501(c)3 non-profit WTAW Press. For more information see the website www.whytherearewords.com or email email@example.com. Phone: Studio 333 at (415) 331-8272.