Why There Are Words Literary Reading Series presents "Promise"

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 333 Caledonia St Sausalito CA 94965  See map

Join us for Why There Are Words, November 8 atStudio 333 in Sausalito, 7 pm, $5. Our promise: A magical night of stories from seven remarkable writers on the theme, Promise.

Fred Arroyo is the author of Western Avenue and Other Fictions, as well as The Region of Lost Names.http://tinyurl.com/9ta23vy

Paul Bendix is the author of Dance Without Steps.http://www.paulbendix.com/

Stacy Bierlein is the author of A Vacation on the Island of Ex-Boyfriend, and the award-winning A Stranger Among Us: Stories of Cross Cultural Collision and Connection. http://tinyurl.com/8wmdy9x

Leslie Ingham‘s work has appeared in Fiction 365 andEnergeia, and been recognized by Narrative Magazine.

Patricia Ann McNair is the author of the award-winning collection of short stories The Temple of Air. http://patriciaannmcnair.com/

Zack Rogow’s seventh book of poems is My Mother and the Ceiling Dancers (Feb. 2012), and he is the editor and/or translator of nineteen books or plays.http://www.thirteenways.org/poets/Zack/zack.html

Jenn Scott’s stories have appeared in The Cincinnati ReviewBellingham ReviewNew South, and The Los Angeles Review, among many others. 

Rayme Waters is the author of the debut novel The Angels’ Share.

Why There Are Words, curated by founder Peg Alford Pursell, was named Best of the Bay for Literary Events 2012 and draws a full house of Marin, Sonoma, SF, and East Bay residents every second Thursday of the month. Studio 333 is located at 333 Caledonia Street, Sausalito, CA 94965. Phone 415-331-8272.

For more information, contact Nancy Au, intern: whytherearewords@gmail.com




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