Guerrilla Lit Reading Series

Because the pen is mightier than the Kalashnikov (we hope)

Reading Wednesday, June 27th

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So long as I have questions to which there are no answers, I shall go on writing.

from The Hour of the Star by Clarice Lispector

The Guerrilla Lit Reading Series continues Wednesday, June 27th at Bar on A

7:30 PM – 170 Avenue A @ 11th Street, NYC

The Readers:

Molly Rosen
Erica Ciccarone
Jim Guida
Brian Deleeuw
Anne O’Neil

MOLLY ROSEN is a writer and a chandelier-maker who lives in Manhattan. She likes to shoot bear and elk with a bow.

ERICA CICCARONE will have her first short story published in Ep;phany in the fall. The story, Pit, has been nominated by the editor for Best American Short Stories. He non-fiction has been published in A Gathering of the Tribes and Econoculture. She is a ghost-writer and novel editor living in Brooklyn.

JIM GUIDA is an Australian who has been detained in New York for the past three or so years. He currently works as an Assistant Editor at Farrar, Straus and Giroux, and has a series of aphorisms forthcoming in AGNI.

BRIAN DELEEUW received his MFA in Fiction from The New School this spring. He has written for Tin House, CITY, and New York Press, and is at work on his first novel.

ANNE O’NEIL is a retired trendscout who has written non-fiction for , The Villager, The Downtown Express, Daily TV, The San Francisco Film Festival, and The Industry Standard. Her theory about the True Religion of Fashion will be published in the upcoming scholarly journal, Fashion Statements. She’s working on a novel about people who are supposed to love each other, but are miserable to each other because they’re selfish and has an MFA in Creative Writing from the New School. She lives in Red Hook.

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