The Guerrilla Lit Reading Series welcomes Leila Sales, Scott McClanahan, and Lee Houck.
Join us at 7:30 P.M at Bar on A.
Leila Sales is the author of MOSTLY GOOD GIRLS, a humorous novel set at a New England prep school. Leila grew up outside of Boston, went on to the University of Chicago, and now lives in Brooklyn. She has been an improv comedian, a competitive debater, a children’s book editor, and one of those people who dresses up in historical garb and gives tours of the Freedom Trail. These days, when she’s not writing, her primary hobby is receiving text messages from strangers, which you can read about at The Leila Texts.
Lee Houck was born in Chattanooga, Tennessee and now lives in Brooklyn, NY. His writing appears in anthologies published in the U.S. and Australia, and in two limited-edition chapbooks: Collection (essays, 2006) and Warnings (poems, 2009). His first novel, YIELD, was the winner of Project Queerlit 2008 and was published in September by Kensington Books. Additionally, he has worked with Jennifer Miller’s Circus Amok for many, many seasons.