Join us for a very special reading this month. It’s a fiction filled going away party for our dear friend, Connor Coyne. So come out and wish him well on his move to Chicago.
Wednesday, November 28th at Bar on A
7:30 PM – 170 Avenue A @ 11th Street, NYC
Music provided by GPod.
ERIK RHEY is a fiction writer and journalist originally from Wisconsin. He received a BA in journalism from the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee and an MFA in fiction writing from The New School. His fiction has appeared in The Copperfield Review, Plum Biscuit, The Melic Review, and The Attic. Erik is also a senior editor at PC Magazine. He is currently working on his second novel and lives in Brooklyn.
JESSIE MALE graduated from Oberlin College in 2005 with a degree in creative writing. She grew up in Queens, lives in Brooklyn, and works full-time as a grant writer. Her writing has appeared in numerous trade and dance publications. She is currently working on her first nonfiction collection.
BERNARD J. KRAVITZ recently completed his MFA, in fiction, at the New School University. A responsible young man, who from time to time, puts food on the table as a freelance computer consultant. Until recently, he performed improv comedy around the country with Chicago City Limits, the critically-acclaimed national touring company. He was the founder and curator of 2773, a regular reading series in the East Village, featuring raw, unfinished short works by up-and-coming writers. His best fiction can be found in the love letters he writes to various glasses-wearing bookish types on the online personals. He lives in Brooklyn.
CONNOR COYNE grew up in the East Village of Flint, Michigan. He has an MFA in Fiction from the New School, and his contest winning dirty limerick was recently featured in the Dick Pig Review. He is a founding member of Chicago’s Gothic Funk Nation and the Gothic Funk Triannual. He maintains a website at hereisnowhy