Thursday, June 13, 2013

St. Petersburg Review / Taddle Creek reading

So tomorrow, June 14th, 2013, I'll be reading at the Taddle Creek launch. Details below. You should go, because there's free food and beer. Which is good. Said it in the last post, saying it again . . .
Taddle Creek No. 30 launches Friday, June 14, at the Jet Fuel Coffee Shop, 519 Parliament Street, in beautiful downtown Cabbagetown. As is now the tradition, there will be a barbecue for meat eaters and non–meat eaters alike, and free beer, courtesy of the Good Beer Folks at Steam Whistle. As is also tradition, there will be readings, this time by the Good Literature Folks of Michael Lista, Andrew MacDonald, and the one-and-only Michelle Winters. Doors are at 8:30 p.m.; magazines are five dollars (cheap!).
Ta. Da. Next item, The St. Petersburg Review is going to publish my oncology ward love story, "Remission," sometime in the future. No date on this one. It's crazy, flipping through past contributors and seeing people like Aimee Bender, Josip Novakovich, George Saunders, and Padgett Powell. Drrrrrr. Good stuff. xo.

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