NYC | April 15, 2012
Spring is in the air, but no April showers here! It’s going to be thunderbolt and lightning of the literary kind. Join us in welcoming to the stage five remarkable writers whose powers defy Doppler radar. At Jimmys 43. 7pm. Bring your thirsty selves. Leave the umbrellas at home.
Jürgen Fauth is a writer, film critic, translator, and co-founder of the literary community Fictionaut. He was born in Wiesbaden, Germany, and received his doctorate from the Center for Writers at the University of Southern Mississippi. He lives with his wife, writer Marcy Dermansky, and their daughter Nina. Kino is his first novel. Follow him on Twitter at @muckster.
Myfanwy Collins lives in Massachusetts with her husband and son. Her work has been published in The Kenyon Review, AGNI, Cream City Review, Quick Fiction, and Potomac Review. Echolocation is her debut novel. A collection of her short fiction is forthcoming from PANK Little Books.
Robb Todd, author of the collection Steal Me for Your Stories, is a recovering journalist. He studied his trade at an unremarkable university in the South and, as a person paid to write words, won a few awards that are even less remarkable. More importantly, he has never seen a pigeon walk backwards. Less importantly, he has lived all over the country. He was lucky enough to live in Hawaii twice. He also lived in Texas twice. And North Carolina twice. Actually, this is his second stop in New York City, too. He does not do things right the first time. www.robbtodd.com
Julie Innis is the author of Three Squares a Day with Occasional Torture. Her stories have appeared in Post Road, Pindeldyboz, Gargoyle, and Women’s Arts Quarterly, among others. She holds a Master’s degree in English Literature from Ohio University and is currently on staff at One Story as a reader.
Len Kuntz is a writer from Washington State. His poetry and fiction appear widely in print and online. His story, “Missing Chance” was named one of the 200 best stories of 2009 by Wigleaf Magazine, and Wigleaf also named his story, “Mockingbird” one of the 50 best stories of 2010. In addition to writing, Len is an editor at the online literary journal Metazen.