Quiet Lightning presented a show @ The Lost Church on Monday, January 4th 2016, curated by Lapo Guzzini + Joanna Lioce and featuring readings by Michael Palmer, Laura Jew, Heidi Andrea Restrepo Rhodes, Alexandra…
Quiet Lightning presented a show @ Smash Gallery on Monday, December 7th 2015, curated by Heather Bourbeau, Matt Leibel + Evan Karp and featuring readings by Lara Coley, Andrew O. Dugas, Lenore Weiss, Laura E….
Quiet Lightning 76 // sparkle + blink 65 was curated by Lapo Guzzini and Nora Toomey and held at Chez Poulet on May 4th, 2015, featuring readings by Matt Leibel » Suzannah Weiss » Maggie Tokuda-Hall » Jarvis Subia » A.G….
Quiet Lightning produced their 7th installment of Neighborhood Heroes on Thursday, August 7th 2014 at the Contemporary Jewish Museum, featuring Peter Bullen, Sarah Griffin, Lauren Traetto, Matthew Zapruder, Yiyun Li, Moneta Goldsmith, Katie…
Eth-Noh-Tec, a kinetic story theater organized by artists Nancy Wang and Robert Kikuchi-Yngojo, presents a night of storytelling from near and far: Karin Amano, from Mt. Airy, GA; Linda Yemoto, from Berkeley, CA; Anne Shimojima, from Lorton Grove, IL; Motoko, from Amherst, CA; Kiran Rana, from Alameda, CA; and Archy Arch J (Archy Jamjun), from […]
Sarah Rose Etter ("Tongue Party") celebrates her anticipated debut novel "The Book of X" with a launch party featuring poets Trisha Low and Tommy Pico. The book follows Cassie, a girl born with her stomach twisted in the shape of a knot, from childhood on the family meat farm to a desk job in the […]
In 2015, after Berkeley-based songwriter Kyle Terrizzi immersed himself in the I Ching, which he stumbled on in a used bookstore, he was inspired to abandon his previous work (The Plastic Arts) to launch a new creative life as M. the Heir Apparent. Drawing comparisons to Ed Sheeran and Jeff Buckley, the literary musician is […]
Professor of Physics at USF Brandon R. Brown presents his new book "The Apollo Chronicles: Engineering America's First Moon Missions" (Oxford University Press), which follows a handful of engineers of that time as they recount the largely behind-the-scenes work they did to take mankind to the moon. Himself a son of an Apollo engineer, Brown […]
Author of "Show Her a Flower, A Bird, A Shadow," Peg Alford Pursell launches her anticipated second book, "A Girl Goes Into the Forest," which explores and illuminates love and loss in 78 hybrid stories and fables. Caille Millner ("The Golden Road: Notes on My Gentrification") joins Peg in conversation, and the event will be […]