Wednesday, October 31, 2007

So & So

I may be biased, but I enjoy readings. However, they're not the first thing I jump to attend on my days off. This Saturday may have to be the acception. Though I doubt I'll know anyone there, this may be the time to break out the old charm suit and moustache and attend, as this looks like it's going to be boss.

The So & So Reading Series

Saturday * November 3rd * 7pm * The Distillery * 516 East Second Street * South Boston, MA 02127


Feel free to bring booze and snacks.

Douglas Hahn, Dan Magers, and Maya Pindyck

Douglas S Hahn is the founder and editor of the Sink Review. He received his MFA from Sarah Lawrence College in 2007, and is relocating to San Francisco this winter for his career in copy writing.

Dan Magers has had poems published in the tiny and Red China Magazine. His chapbook Exploitation Poems was published in September 2007. He is a co-editor of the online literary magazine Sink Review, and works as an editorial assistant at John Wiley & Sons. He lives in Brooklyn, NY.

Maya Pindyck is the author of the chapbook, Locket, Master, which won a Poetry Society of America Chapbook Fellowship in 2006. Her poems have recently appeared in Bellingham Review, elimae, Mississippi Review, RealPoetik, and Sycamore Review. She holds an M.F.A. from Sarah Lawrence College and lives in Brooklyn, where she is a New York City Teaching Fellow.

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