Reading at The Cell Theatre, NY
In March, I’ll be reading at The Cell Theatre in New York. A big thank you to Karen Heuler, the reading series curator. She titles this reading Love Interrupted. Delicious.
Sunday, Mar. 13, 2011
338 West 23rd
Love, Interrupted—In this innovative reading series, where the admission fee is $5 or a story, three writers read work about tricky lovers. How far would you go to get away? Or did someone get away from you? Rae Bryant (THE INDEFINITE STATE OF IMAGINARY MORALS, Patasola Press), Robb Todd and John Gorman (SHADES OF LUZ, All Things That Matter Press) will also discuss their experiences with small press publishers and online magazines.
Reception to follow.
The Cell Theatre, 338 West 23 St. (between 8 and 9 Ave.; take the 1, C, E to 23rd St; www.thecelltheatre.org). 212-989-7434. Donation: $5. Or you can hand in a story.
• In lieu of donation, writers are encouraged to hand in a story; if we like it, we’ll invite you to read.
I want to add that Karen’s fiction is an inspiration. She redefines boundaries and gives her landscapes and characters both anchors and wings. Her work, short stories and novels, has received many awards including the O’Henry Prize. To be asked to read by this fantastic and talented woman and writer is humbling. I’m really looking forward to this and to meeting my fellow readers Robb Todd and John Gorman. Please note that in lieu of a $5 donation, audience members may hand in a story. If Karen likes it, you’ll be asked to read at a future date.