Just a little note to say that if you are free this Thursday, April 24th, I’m thrilled to be reading alongside these wonderful voices at The Center For Fiction. I’ll be reading from my novel – White Nights In Split Town City – the first excerpt of which debuted in the new 15th anniversary edition of NOON.
With much love,
SAVE THE DATE
15th ANNIVERSARY EDITION
2014 READING & PARTY
THURSDAY, APRIL 24th at 7 PM
THE CENTER FOR FICTION 17th EAST 47th STREET
CHIARA BARZINI is a screen and fiction writer living in Rome. Her writing has appeared in BOMB Magazine, The Coffin Factory, NOON, New York Tyrant, Milan Review, The Village Voice, Rolling Stone, Italian Vanity Fair, and Harper’s. She is the author of the short story collection Sister Stop Breathing (Calamari Press).
KAYLA BLATCHLEY lives in the Midwest. Her work has been published online at twoseriousladies.org and in the literary journal Unsaid. This is her first appearance in NOON.
REBECCA CURTIS is the author of Twenty Grand and Other Tales of Love and Money (Harper Perennial). She is a frequent contributor to NOON.
ANN DEWITT writing has appeared in Guernica, NOON, BOMBlog, art+culture, Everyday Genius, The Faster Times, elimae, Esquire’s Napkin Fiction project, and Dossier Magazine, among others, and is forthcoming in Tin House, The American Reader edited by Ben Marcus and the anthology, The Short Course: An International Anthology of Prose Poems, edited by Alan Ziegler, due out from Persea Books. She currently teaches in the Undergraduate Creative Writing Program at Columbia University and in The School of Art and Design History and Theory at Parsons, The New School, and is at work on her first novel.
RHOADS STEVENS lives in Providence, Rhode Island. This is his third appearance in NOON.