NYC | November 19, 2017
A luminous literary lineup lands at the November 19th Sunday Salon. Like gold in your pocket. (Yes, autumn is a cool, but gracious season.) Join us in welcoming to the mic four fierce, funny, and insightful writers with new books. You won’t want to miss this event. At Von Bar, 3 Bleecker St. 7pm.
Abeer Y. Hoque is a Nigerian born Bangladeshi American writer and photographer. She likes angry feminists, ink on paper, and salt. Her books include a travel photography and poetry monograph (The Long Way Home, 2013), a linked collection of stories, poems, and photographs (The Lovers and the Leavers, 2015), and a memoir (Olive Witch, 2017). See more at olivewitch.com.
Bud Smith is a graduate of Central Regional High School. Go, Golden Eagles! His books are Work (CCM, 2017) as well as Dust Bunny City (Disorder Press, 2017) among others. He lives in Jersey City, NJ and works heavy construction.
Joshua Weiner is the author of three books of poetry, most recently The Figure of a Man Being Swallowed by a Fish (all from University of Chicago Press). The recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship, a Whiting Writer’s Award, and the Rome Prize, he teaches at University of Maryland and lives in Washington D.C.
Darcie Wilder (b. 1990) is the Twitter account @333333333433333 and the Instagram account @cumcumcumcumcumcumcumcum. She graduated from from SUNY Purchase Film Conservatory with a BFA in 2012, and wrote across platforms at MTV News. Literally Show Me A Healthy Person (Tyrant Books, 2017) is her second book.