This Friday, I'll be reading at Brooklyn's Tip Top Bar & Grill with the Denim Skin team! Come check it out; there'll be great writing, great people, and great food and drink! Doors open at 8 p.m. All are welcome!
On Friday, December 2, I'll be reading with the Three Rooms Press family as part of our annual holiday Prose! Poetry! Party! If you've never attended a 3RP event before, this is the best event of the year! The party will include readings by incredible 3RP authors, giveaways of the best books, drinks, discussions, and more. Come meet the press and celebrate the end of 2016!
For more information, visit our event page here.
Join SONGS OF MY SELFIE at Manhattanville College for a reading and Q&A and celebration of millennial pride! Featuring Manhattanville alum Tiffany Ferentini, editor Constance Renfrow, and SOMS contributors Angus McLinn, Carolyn Drake, and Aaron Thorpe. Copies of SONGS OF MY SELFIE will be available for purchase and signing. RSVP on our Facebook event page or for information, check out the Manhattanville website.
Wednesday October 27
7 to 9 p.m,
Manhattanville College Library
News and Events Room
Purchase, NY 10577
Hosted by the Undergraduate Writing Program, Graffiti Magazine, and Three Rooms Press.
ABOUT SONGS OF MY SELFIE:
With fresh new voices and edgy prose, seventeen stories by millennial writers offer a cross-section of vibrant young characters: unemployed grads deep in debt, expectant mothers on the cusp of adulthood, online relationship addicts, and twenty-somethings at war with their families’ expectations. Here are the strong and the weak, the self-aware and those who reject reality—all carefully crafted to buck the common perception of this generation.
“For once in your life, celebrate your millennial spirit and dive into the stories of your peers with Songs of My Selfie. From college grads in debt, to teen mothers, to Tinder addicts...they have it all. You can learn something from your fellow millennials and maybe even see yourself in some of them.” —Astral & Opal
“Doing for “bad Millennials” what Bad Feminist did for uncertain feminists, Songs of My Selfie celebrates the Millennial stereotypes — flaws and all . . . this story collection not only stands up for Millennials, it gives Millennials a place to stand up for themselves.” —Bustle
"Who better to write about millennials than millennials? This modern and hilariously refreshing anthology series is composed of stories by edgy new writers who completely capture the plight of millennials today." —Buzzfeed
Join Three Rooms Press on December 4, for our annual Prose! Poetry! Party! at Cornelia Street Cafe. Our authors will be readings, drinks will be partaken off, raffles, giveaways, signings, etc. It will be a festive night of poetry and prose and great company.
Angus McLinn and I will be representing our upcoming anthology Songs of My Selfie. I'll be reading from "Edges of Happiness," and Angus will be reading from "Baby Teeth," winner of the Quarter-Life Crisis competition. Plus, Meagan Brothers will be reading from Weird Girl and What's His Name. If you're interested in getting your book published at Three Rooms Press or just want to join an amazing community of writers, this is the event to attend!
Tickets $9 (includes a free drink). Festivities start at 6 and go all night.
On Friday, October 30, author Meagan Brothers will be reading from Weird Girl and What's His Name at the Hudson Valley Writers' Center in Sleepy Hollow, NY, for which I occasionally do graphic design. The reading starts at 7:30 p.m. and costs $10.
The Hudson Valley Writers Center describes the event:
A reading in collaboration with Three Rooms Press. Meagan Brothers reads from her recently published LGBT-Young Adult novel, Weird Girl and What’s His Name, about friendship and finding your place in the world.
Tickets can be purchased here. Books will be available for purchase and signing. Afterward, you can stay to chat with the Press and Meagan, or partake of Sleepy Hollow's annual Halloween traditions. Hope to see you there!