The Guerrilla Lit Reading Series continues Wednesday, July 25th at Bar on A
7:30 PM – 170 Avenue A @ 11th Street, NYC
KATE HUNTER grew up in Thetford, Vermont and Nashville, Tennessee, among other places. She moved to New York City at eighteen to go to school and has been here ever since, except for periods spent traveling in Latin America, Europe, and Asia. She lives in North Brooklyn with her dog, Tuva. Her novel, The Dream Sequence, has recently been published by Impetus Press. Her website is katehunter.info.
YVONNE GARRETT was born on the Oregon Trail and is descended from pirates. She has a B.A. from Smith where Richard Wilbur once told her she would never be a writer. She’s been published in several music magazines, had stories in THEMA, BARDSONG, COMPASS ROSE and poetry in poeticdiversity, ROUX, SPIRE, SubtleTea and the BALTIMORE REVIEW. She is currently facing her 2nd year in the MFA program at the New School where she also works during the day. She lives in the East Village.
RANDALL J. LOTOWYCZ was once considered some sort of an 18-year-old child prodigy, but he was 24 at the time. He spends his days creating revolutionary new calendars, and his nights juggling two novels. His writing is currently featured in the 2008 Bad Cat calendar (now on sale), and soon in Halloween-themed greeting cards from Recycled Paper Greetings.
JESSANNE COLLINS’ first, second, and third novels are all on indefinite hiatus. In the meantime, she’s writing a tough-love advice column and a series of essays containing too much personal information, one of which is forthcoming in Playgirl. She recently moved from Brooklyn to Jersey City, where she will be holding her second stoop sale of the season next Sunday afternoon.