Guerrilla Lit Reading Series

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

Reading Wednesday April 30th

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The Guerrilla Lit Reading Series welcomes Felicia C. Sullivan, Eugene Hwang, and Brian Fender to Bar on A. Join us at 7:30 PM.

FELICIA C. SULLIVAN is a New York based writer with an MFA from Columbia University. A two-time Pushcart Prize nominee, her work has been published in Swink, Post Road, Mississippi Review, Redivider, Pindeldyboz, Ballyhoo Stories, Publisher’s Weekly, the anthologies, Homewrecker – An Atlas of Illicit Loves (Soft Skull Press, 2005) and in Money Changes Everything (Doubleday, January 2007), among other publications. Recently, an excerpt from her memoir was a notable essay in The Best American Essays 2006 collection. Algonquin Books published her memoir, THE SKY ISN’T VISIBLE FROM HERE in February of 2008. She has been awarded fellowships from Tin House magazine and SLS Literary Seminars. She is the founder of the literary journal, Small Spiral Notebook, and is also the co-founder of the Non-Fiction series at KGB Bar.

EUGENE HWANG received an MFA from New School University in 2007 and received an honorable mention in the Lorian Hemingway Short Story Competition for his story Counterclockwise. He currently lives in New Jersey and is working on his first novel, Consider the Ceiling. He is also helping to organize a symposium on the life and work of Alexander Lim, one of the most celebrated but misunderstood artists of our time.

BRIAN FENDER is a graduate of the New School University’s MFA program for fiction writing. He spends the majority of his time walking the dog, commuting to work, selling beautiful but overpriced furniture, going to the gym, getting back on the train to go home and trying to get published somewhere in between.

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