7 O’clock sunday, february 19th
Scheduled to read:
Suzanne Guillette Author of “Much to Your Chagrin”
a writer and occasional storyteller, Suzanne’s work has appeared in Tin House,Self, O Magazine, Publisher’s Weekly, and Time Out New York, in addition to other publications. Suzanne teaches autobiography and memoir-writing. Suzanne Guillette
a poet/video artist/director. Her work has screened in galleries & festivals in Seattle, Portland, NY, Berlin and London and aired on MTVu and LOGO. Her poetry has been featured in various anthologies and zines. She is currently making a documentary about style and economy and adapting a narrative film script to the stage. Published in ShampooPoetry
a Brooklyn-based writer, poet, and designer. His work has appeared in Poetry Miscellany, The Albion Review, The North Central Review, and elsewhere. He is the Editor-in-Chief of Moonshot, a literary and arts magazine.
His new book, ‘The Last Bohemia: Scenes from Life in Williamsburg, Brooklyn’ will be published in August. He is currently writing about crime and violence on the U.S-Mexico border. Robert Anasi
a freelancing Cultural Observer hungry to be of service to society. Curator—Impresario—Writer—Improv’r. Currently working on a book of essays, and short stories dealing with being the child of several generations of an otherwise predictable American experience—that is no longer so predictable.
A big thanks to Esther Bell for the use of the West… There’s no such thing as enough creative space!
The West is a Beer, Wine, & Espresso bar in East Willliamsburg|379 Union Ave., L train Lorimer Stop (across the street from our Barcade friends)