Thursday, May 5, 2011

Live-In Lover vs. Liver Donor vs. Lonely Liver vs. Lively Donut Press

Oh, you better come to this reading Saturday.

Or else!

Blog-threats are very convincing are they not?:

Bad Shadow Affair this Saturday! This will be a fantastic reading with Laird Hunt, Tina Celona, Keith Newton and Eugene Lim. I hope to see your beautiful faces here:

Saturday, May 7th · 7:30pm - 10:00pm
Lost Lake Lounge
3602 E. Colfax Ave
Denver, CO 80206

Keith Newton’s writing has appeared in Denver Quarterly, 1913, Harvard Review, Konundrum Engine, and Typo, among other journals, and his chapbook of poems Sent Forth to Die in a Happy City was published in 2009 by Cannibal Books. He is co-editor of The Harp & Altar Anthology (Ellipsis Press, 2010), a selection of writing from the online magazine Harp & Altar, which he foun...ded in 2006. He lives in Brooklyn.

Eugene Lim's is the author of the novel Fog & Car and co-editor of The Harp & Altar Anthology. His writing has appeared or is forthcoming in The Denver Quarterly, Fence, The Brooklyn Rail, Sleeping Fish and elsewhere.

Tina Brown Celona is 36. She has been studying Edwardian writing, poetics, confessions and prosody at the University of Denver. She hesitates to publish her poems because seeing them in print fills her with unacceptably intense self-doubt. Her most recent unpublished work is My Cat Jeoffry, a chapbook about her cat, Jeoffry, who disappeared last June under mysterious circumstances.

Laird Hunt is the author of 4 novels, including, most recently, Ray of the Star. His translation from the French of Oliver Rohe's Vacant Lot was put out by Counterpath last fall and his first book, The Paris Stories, was just rereleased by Marick Press. His writings, reviews and translations have appeared in, among other places, McSweeney's, Ploughshares, Bookforum and Brick.


The reading will make your heart feel like this...

...crossed with this:

...I promise that's a GOOD thing.

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