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Saturday, October 20, 2007

My MFA Faculty in my Backyard

Hey, literary sorts who are in or around New York City, join me tonight at Stonecoast in the City, where about eight of the accomplished writers, who happen to be faculty members in the low-residency MFA program in which I am enrolled, will be reading and schmoozing -- novelists, memoirists, poets, the whole shebang.
Admission: free.
Drinks and food you will probably end up ordering: varies.
An evening of fine literary readings on a mild fall night in Manhattan: priceless.

2 comments:

Frank Baron said...

So...how'd it go?

Lisa R. said...

Well...aside from the broken microphone, and the airplane noise (the restaurant had an outdoor space)...pretty good.

Good food, good writing, good weather.