Guerrilla Lit Reading Series

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

Next Reading: Wednesday, September 30th

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The Guerrilla Lit Reading Series welcomes Shomit Barua, Nicole Spector, Matthew Quinn Martin, and Mallory Peak-Zdilar to Bar on A. Join us at 7:30 P.M.

Shomit Barua is a writer operating out of Brooklyn, NY. He has an MFA in poetry from Bennington and has a small smattering of work published in minor publications. His chapbook, A Cromagnon Vocabulary is available through Primitive Press.

Nicole Audrey Spector lives off the Graham L stop with her dog and cat and roommates. She is working on several books, among them a collection of short stories from which she will read tonight.

Matthew Quinn Martin is an MFA candidate in the Stonecoast program/USM. His original screenplay Slingshot was made into a feature film, and is currently on DVD, distributed by the Weinstein Co. Matthew’s prose fiction has been published (or is forthcoming) in, Thuglit, The MFA/MFYou Literary Journal, A Twist of Noir, Eastern Standard Crime, The Oddville Press, The Flash Fiction Offensive, and The Crossing Chaos Anthology: Quantum Genre on the Planet of Arts (co-written with Libby Cudmore). His story, Command Performance, which he read the last time he was a guest of Guerrilla Lit, will appear in issue 103 of Transition Magazine.

Mallory Peak-Zdilar is a Croatian half breed born and raised in the Pacific Northwest. She studied hearing disorders at Emerson College and had a brief creative writing stint in the Netherlands with an author of erotica and the head of Amsterdam’s S&M society. Mallory Peak-Zdilar is currently working on her novel tentatively titled You’re Not A Fucking Cowboy if You’re From Wisconsin and You’re Not Fucking Happy in Your Pile of Money R U?!

One thought on “Next Reading: Wednesday, September 30th

  1. I am very excited about the return of Guerilla Lit.

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