Rabbit Tales Reading and Performance Series

August 11, 7-9pm Theme: Nostalgia

Submitted by rabbitholeprojects
on Thu, 08/04/2011 – 13:37

Rabbit Tales Reading and Performance Series!

August 11, 7-9pm Theme: Nostalgia
$3 suggested donation to RABBITHOLE and the series.

READERS:

Rae Bryant’s short story collection, The Indefinite State of Imaginary Morals is available from Patasola Press, NY (www.patasolapress.org). Her short stories have appeared in BLIP Magazine (formerly Mississippi Review), Opium Magazine, PANK, Caper Literary Journal and Foundling Review, among other publications and have been nominated and short-listed for short story and best of web awards. Work forthcoming in Puerto del Sol, Gargoyle Magazine and the PS Books anthology En(Un)Gender Me. She has earned Fellowships with the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts and Johns Hopkins University where she earned her M.A. in Writing as a recipient of the Outstanding Graduate Award. You can read more at www.raebryant.com.

Jarrod Shanahan is an editor and contributor at the punk rock lit journal Death Panel Literary Digest, a contributor at Trumbull Island, and a regular performer at the Bed-Stuy LAB, a monthly performance and multimedia series.

PERFORMER:

Elizabeth Jane Hill is a sculptor whose works have been exhibited and reviewed nationally and internationally, with countless group shows and over ten solo shows in Philadelphia, New Jersey, and New York. She has taught sculpture, pageantry, and puppetry at a variety of universities and community organizations, such as University of the Arts, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, The New York Academy of Graduate Figurative Art, The Findhorn Foundation, and many others. She has won awards and grants from places such as the Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation, The Venture Fund, and The March Of Dimes. She is also a registered nurse working in pediatric home care with medically fragile and technology –dependent children. She spent four years living at a spiritual and environmental community in Scotland called Findhorn, where she participated as a maintenance woman, a cook, a puppeteer, and a clown. Her life as a healer and a caregiver has now fully merged with her life as a sculptor and performer—one informs and influences the other.

Accompanied by:
Nancy Jane Small
see: http://www.myspace.com/nancyjanesmall

MUSICAL GUEST:

Crooks and Perverts
see: http://crooksandperverts.c​om/

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