It’s the end of March, which means it’s time to declare winter over and done with. What better way to commemorate the occasion than with a reading?
Two Dollar Radio and Vol.1 Brooklyn are proud to present Thank God It’s Spring, featuring readings from:
* Scott McClanahan
* Karolina Waclawiak
* Barbara Browning
* D. Foy
It all happens at Housing Works Bookstore Cafe, 126 Crosby Street, NY, NY.
Thursday, March 28th; 7:00 pm. Facebook RSVP here.
Barbara Browning is the author of The Correspondence Artist (TDR 2011, winner of a Lammy and an IPPY), and I’m Trying to Reach You (TDR 2012, short-listed for The Believer Book Award). She teaches in the Department of Performance Studies at NYU. She is also a dancer (youtube.com/ahnethermostfun) and an amateur ukuleleist (soundcloud.com/barbarabrowning).
Scott McClanahan is the writer of Stories V! and The Collected Works of Scott McClanahan, Volume 1. Two Dollar Radio published his book Crapalachia. Tyrant Books will publish his book Hill William.
Karolina Waclawiak lived in Los Angeles for ten years, and while there, received her BFA in Screenwriting from USC. She moved to New York in 2008 to pursue an MFA in Fiction at Columbia and completed her first novel, How To Get Into The Twin Palms. She is currently the deputy editor of the Believer.
D. Foy’s essays, stories, and poems are out or forthcoming in Forty Stories: New Writing from Harper Perennial, Post Road, The Literary Review, The Georgia Review, Bomb, and Frequencies, to name a few. His essay on the American laundromat was just published as the afterword to the Snorri Bros.’ Laundromat, an homage in photographs to the laundromats of NYC, and his novel, Made to Break, is due out next year from Two Dollar Radio.