NYC | February 16, 2014

Brrrr! It’s been a cold winter so far, but this month’s Sunday Salon is sure to warm you up. February 16 is your chance to get cozy with four talented writers. Sean H. Doyle, Victoria Lancelotta, Jonathan Papernick, and Joseph Riippi share their work at Jimmys No. 43. 7 PM.

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Sean H. Doyle lives in Brooklyn, NY. His writing has appeared in Vol 1 Brooklyn, The Fiddleback, >kill author, The Rumpus, and other wonderful places kindly enough to publish him. He works hard every day to be a better person and is learning how to love himself more. Visit him at seanhdoyle.com….

Cris Mazza

crisCris Mazza’s newest title is a real-time memoir titled Something Wrong With Her. She has sixteen other titles including Various Men Who Knew Us as Girls, Waterbaby, Trickle-Down Timeline, and Is It Sexual Harassment Yet? Her first novel, How to Leave a Country, won the PEN/Nelson Algren Award for book-length fiction. Mazza has co-edited three anthologies, most recently Men Undressed: Women Writers on the Male Sexual Experience. In addition to fiction, Mazza has authored an earlier collection of personal essays, Indigenous: Growing Up Californian. Currently living 50 miles west of Chicago, she is a professor in the Program for Writers at the University of …

Zak Mucha

zakZak Mucha, LCSW, is a psychotherapist in private practice and is the author of two novels (The Beggars’ Shore, Heavyweight Champion of Nothing) and contributor to Heart Transplant, a graphic novel on emotional abuse.

Geoff Hyatt

geoffGeoff Hyatt is the author of Birch Hills at World’s End, a novel published by Battered Suitcase Press. His work has appeared in Midwestern Gothic, Thuglit, Tenemos, and other journals and anthologies.  He currently serves as an editor for Blood Bound Books and Primeval: A Journal of the Uncanny.

Grace Tiffany

graceblogpicA Shakespeare scholar, Grace Tiffany is the author of five novels that intersect with Shakespeareʼs life and art. Her Ariel (Berkley, 2005) and My Father Had a Daughter (Berkley, 2003) were cited on the “best books” lists of the American Library Association and Booksense 76, the independent booksellersʼ association. Her third novel, The Turquoise Ring (Berkley, 2005) was named one of the six finest adaptations of Shakespeare in history, by esteemed Columbia University Shakespearean James Shapiro. Tiffanyʼs latest book, Paint (Bagwyn, 2013) is based on the life of seventeenth- century poet Emilia Lanier, a woman thought by some to be the …

Chicago | January 26, 2014

Sunday Salon Chicago (named Chicago’s best breakout booze and lit reading series of 2013 by Newcity) is thrilled to present its January 2014 lineup! Please join us and begin the New Year perfectly with Grace Tiffany, Geoff Hyatt, Zak Mucha, and Cris Mazza. Black Rock Pub, 3614 N. Damen, 7PM.

 

A Shakespeare scholar, Grace Tiffany is the author of five novels that intersect with Shakespeareʼs life and art. Her Ariel (Berkley, 2005) and My Father Had a Daughter (Berkley, 2003) were cited on the “best books” lists of the American Library Association and Booksense 76, the independent booksellersʼ association. Her third novel, The Turquoise Ring (Berkley, 2005) was named …