Guerrilla Lit Reading Series

Because the pen is mightier than the Kalashnikov (we hope)

Guerrilla Lit Returns

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Wednesday, January 30th at Bar on A

7:30 PM – 170 Avenue A @ 11th Street, NYC

Music provided by GPod.

The Readers:

Dani Grammerstorf
Matthew Quinn Martin
Jared Hohl
Randall J. Lotowycz

DANI GRAMMERSTORF is a writer who lives in Queens with two roommates, a fish named Rupert, and a red Crock Pot. Dani has an M.F.A from the New School and is currently finishing her first novel. Her nonfiction writing will soon appear in Playgirl magazine. She is one of the founding members of Guerrilla Lit.

MATTHEW QUINN MARTIN is a New York based writer and director. His original screenplay Slingshot was bought by Bold Films and made into a feature film starring Julianna Margulies, David Arquette, Thora Birch, Balthazar Getty and Joely Fisher. Slingshot premiered at the TriBeCa film festival and is now available on DVD, distributed by the Weinstein Co. His short film A Walk in the Park premiered at New York’s Upright Citizen’s Brigade Theater, was chosen as a Best of Festival selection at The NYC downtown Short Film Festival, and nominated for best short at Hoboken International Film Festival. Matthew recently completed work on the novel version of Slingshot and is currently in preproduction for his feature film directing debut, the horror-thriller Vamp, from his original screenplay.

JARED HOHL is from Donnellson, Iowa. His writing has appeared in YRB Magazine, Topic Magazine, the Associated Press newswire, and in the anthology The Apocalypse Reader published by Thunder’s Mouth Press (May 1, 2007).

RANDALL J. LOTOWYCZ has an MFA from the New School framed on his living room wall. Staring at it day in and day out, while never working on either of his two novels, inspired him to create the world’s first magnetic dartboard calendar, which will be on sale this summer from Workman Publishing. The novels continue to remain unannounced.

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