While we regret that we won't be posting new material
here for the time-being (our offline lives have been demanding
more of us of late), please continue to check this page for updates
on readings, events, publishing
news, whatever we and our reading/writing peers are up to. And
you can continue to explore and enjoy our archives full of so many
great pieces we've posted over the last FIVE (!)
On November 9th, Krista will be reading from her second book, Four Corners.
(For purchase in our
Diva Shop section. To
read an excerpt, see below). Here's the details: Staged Reading/Discussion/Q & A
with Krista Madsen at the West Side YMCA, George Washington Lounge, 5 West 63rd
Street (between Central Park West & Broadway), 8 p.m., free, and free wine!
STAIN arts lounge (named best new bar in the neighborhood
by the NYPress!), needs
your wordly skills. Come out and share your work at our monthly
first Tuesday literary open
mic event: INKstain, 8 p.m. It's a warm and welcoming time where
anything goes. If you want to set up a featured author
for yourself or a writer you represent on another night, please
contact the bar at
we'd love as many of these reading
events as possible. Also, third
Sundays of the month mark the exciting series Sunday Salon, each time
with four different very talented writers, 7 p.m.
Neha Malhotra waxes poetic on multicellular men and night eyes
in "Surely..." and "You-III."
Sample this bed-ridden excerpt from Krista Madsen's new novel, "Four Corners."
Dana Schwartz contemplates "What is Home?" when her parents move from
the place she was raised in.