Saturday, May 12, 2007

Monday Night in Williamsburg: 3:AM Night at Galapagos Art Space with Richard Grayson, Ellen Kennedy, Tao Lin & Kim Chinquee

This post appeared on Richard Grayson's MySpace blog on Wednesday, April 4, 2007:

May 16 is 3:AM Magazine Night at Galapagos Art Space

5/16 back $tbd
7pm doors
7:30 show
9:30 end


3:AM Magazine authors and editors will read stories and poetry about hot sex, insane violence, and coke fiends.

Richard Grayson is a retired teacher and lawyer who was born in Brooklyn in 1951. He is the author of a dozen books, including With Hitler in New York, The Silicon Valley Diet, I Brake for Delmore Schwartz, And to Think That He Kissed Him on Lorimer Street, and WRITE-IN: Diary of a Congressional Candidate in Florida's Fourth Congressional District.

Ellen Kennedy is the author of a collection of prose and poetry, yesterday i was talking to myself and i told myself that i was going to write a book and give it to you so i put paper in my bag and put a pen in my bag and rode my bike to the river bank and then sat on the ground and thought 'i will never write a book' and watched ducks swim away from me , which can be read at She has been published in Mipoesias, Elimae, 3 am magazine, and Juked. She lives in Manhattan.

Tao Lin is the author of a novel, Eeeee Eee Eeee (Melville House), a story-collection, Bed (Melville House), and a poetry collection, You Are A Little Bit Happier Than I Am (Action Books). He has been published by Nerve, Noon, and Spork and he lives in Brooklyn. His web site is called Reader of Depressing Books. He is 3:AM Magazine's poetry editor.

Kim Chinquee's work has recently appeared in Noon, Denver Quarterly, Conjunctions, Fiction Magazine, New Orleans Review, Notre Dame Review, Fiction International, 3:AM, the Pushcart Prize anthology, and several other places. She teaches creative writing at Central Michigan University.

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