Soft Skull & FC2 authors read

Mar ’04
12:00 am

Soft Skull & FC2 authors read Thursday March 25th 7:30PM
An evening of readings featuring:Ben Greenman, Daniel Nester and Clayton Eshleman & FC2 Authors
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Soft Skull Authors:
Ben Greenman is an editor at The New Yorker; his work has appeared there as well as in Nerve, McSweeneys, The Paris Review, Mississippi Review, Elysian Fields, and elsewhere. Most recently his work appeared in the acclaimed McAdam/Cage anthology Politically Inspired. He has ghostwritten for Gene Simmons and Simon Cowell, amongst others, and once won a car in a rock ?n? roll trivia bowl. Born in Chicago, he grew up in Florida and now lives in Brooklyn, NY.
Daniel Nester is a poet, editor, and teacher who lives in Brooklyn, NY. His work has appeared in such journals as Open City, Nerve, Mississippi Review, and in The Best American Poetry2003. He is the editor in chief of the online literary journal Unpleasant Event Schedule , former editor in chief of La Petite Zine, and contributing editor of Painted Bride Quarterly.
Clayton Eshleman:
FC2 Authors:
Brian Evenson is the author of six books of fiction, most recently The Wavering Knife. He teaches Creative Writing at Brown University. He will be reading from “The Installation.”
Lucy Corin’s short stories have appeared in many literary journals, including Ploughshares, The Southern Review, and Fiction International, and in anthologies such as New Stories from the South: The Year’s
Best and FC2’s Chick-Lit2 (No Chic Vics). She will be reading from her first novel, Everyday
Psychokillers: A History for Girls.
A.B. West lives in Belgium, where she has worked with the avant-garde theater company, Th??tre Laboratoire Vicinal. She performed and collaborated on the original plays Tramp, Lunapark and Chaman Hooligan. She was the director and sole actress of the play “I” which toured worldwide. West has also been an agent, an editor with Wall Street Journal Europe, a free-lance translator and a copywriter. Wakenight Emporium has been accepted for publication in France as Figurations Lumi?res. She will be reading from Wakenight Emporium.
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