The Guerrilla Lit Reading Series is pleased to announce that our reading scheduled for Wednesday, September 25th will feature Donna Masini, George Guida, and Jo Sarzotti.
The reading will occur at Jimmy’s No. 43 at 7:30 PM. The event is FREE and open to the public
Donna Masini is the author of Turning to Fiction (W.W. Norton and Co. 2004), and That Kind of Danger (Beacon Press, 1994), which won the Barnard Women Poet’s Prize, and the novel, About Yvonne (WW Norton and Co. 1998). Her work has appeared in journals and anthologies including Open City, The Paris Review, American Poetry Review, Parnassus, and Pushcart Prize. A recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship and New York Foundation for the Arts Grant, she is a Professor of English at Hunter College where she teaches in the MFA Creative Writing program. She has just completed a new novel, The Good Enough Mother.
George Guida is the author of four books, including The Pope Stories and Other Tales of Troubled Times (Bordighera Press, 2012), and three collections of poems, Friars Club Conscience, New York and Other Lovers, and Low Italian. His fiction, poetry, and criticism appear in many journals and anthologies, including Barrow Street, Controlled Burn, Hobble Creek Review, Inkwell, Italian Americana, the Paterson Literary Review, and VIA: Voices in Italian Americana. He teaches English and Creative Writing at New York City College of Technology, and serves as Poetry Editor of 2 Bridges Review.
Jo Sarzotti’s book Mother Desert (Graywolf, June 2012) was the 2011 Bakeless Prize winner, selected by Carl Phillips. Her poems have appeared in various journals, including Denver Quarterly, Alaska Review, and North American Review. “The Low Road” was the Poetry Daily selection on June 10, 2012. She lives in New York and teaches literature at Juilliard, where she is the director of the Liberal Arts Department and hosts the Three Muses Poetry Reading series.
Jimmy’s No. 43
43 East 7th Street (Between 2nd & 3rd Avenues)
Take the 6 train to Astor Place or the R/N train to 8th Street/NYU or the F train to 2nd Avenue