Guerrilla Lit Reading Series

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


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The Guerrilla Lit Reading Series welcomes Nick Antosca, Emily Taylor, Molly McCloy, and Suzanne Dottino to Bar on A. Join us at 7:30 PM.

NICK ANTOSCA’s writing has appeared in The Barcelona Review, Nerve, The New York Sun, Identity Theory, The New York Tyrant, The Antietam Review, Hustler, Opium, elimae, and others. His first novel, Fires, was published in January 2007 by Impetus Press, and his second, Midnight Picnic, will be out in fall 2008.

EMILY TAYLOR received her MFA from The New School in May 2007, where she continues to serve as prose editor for LIT. She teaches creative writing and literature at Manhattanville College in Purchase, NY and works in science publishing. Her short stories have appeared or are forthcoming in the Green Mountains Review, Lost Magazine, The Baltimore Review, and Inkwell. In addition, an as-yet-unpublished story was a finalist for the 2007 Italo Calvino Prize given by the University of Louisville. She is completing her first novel.

An NYC Moth Storytelling Slam winner with work published in Nerve and Slate, MOLLY McCLOY has been called a “happy misanthrope,” an “angel,” and “one of the great storytellers of our generation.” She’s currently working on a family memoir that features urban wolves, suicidal rodeo horses, pot-smoking Cub Scouts and cross-dressing skinheads.

SUZANNE DOTTINO is senior editor at and literary curator for the sunday night fiction reading series at KGB Bar. Her interviews and reviews have appeared in Brooklyn Rail, Brooklyn Review and her plays have been produced in The Samuel French, and Women Center Stage Festivals.

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