From the office of Dizzyhead ED—
Over the upcoming BEA weekend, I'll be appearing (?!?) twice—
If you're wandering the convention floor on Saturday morning, swing by this panel featuring A Public Space's Brigid Hughes, Granta's Matt Weiland, and me.
If you're stumbling about the East Village on Sunday evening, ready to check out the remainder table at St. Mark's, save your $ and come to KGB (!!!!), where I'll be reading from my novel in progress (!?!), The Dizzies—in celebration of———the 100th (!) issue of BOMB magazine (!!!!!)————
It would be fun to see you...
And now—the details!
BEA Panel: "The Leap to Debut: The Widening Transition Gap From Short Form Periodicals to First Fiction"
Saturday, June 2, 11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m., Javits 1E04
Moderated by Edward (!?) Nawotka
Reading: "BOMB Magazine 100th Issue Celebration"
Sunday, June 3, 7 p.m.–9 p.m., KGB, 85 East 4th St.
With Rivka Galchen and Jill Bialosky
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But wait—there's more.
A third date has just been added!
(The truth is it took me so long to compose the above message that I just heard I'll be reading again!)
I'll be joining Stephanie Anderson, Rebecca Wolff, Ishmael Beah, and Sampson Starkweather on Wednesday, June 13, from 6 to 10 p.m. at Wollman Hall (New School), 66 W 12th St. It's a pub party for the latest issue of LIT, which contains a story of mine (part of the unpublished epic Dementia Americana).
Punctuation provided by Punk28on S2diozzz
Beverages provided by Jamba Juice Omnimedia Ltd.