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Real Good Reading with Lamb, Chiem, Fitzgerald & Karaskova

X Y Z (map) Pioneer Square
Mon., Sept. 25, 7-10 p.m. 2017

Free

"Come hear work from Meghan Lamb (visiting from Chicago) alongside Richard Chiem, Summer Karaskova and Willie Fitzgerald. As promised in the event title, it will be real good.

MEGHAN LAMB is from Chicago, Illinois. She holds an MFA from Washington University in St. Louis, where she served as an editor for Dorothy, A Publishing Project. She is the author of the novel Silk Flowers (Birds of Lace, 2017) and the novellas All of Your Most Private Places (forthcoming from Spork Press, 2018) and Sacramento (Solar Luxuriance, 2014). She is a recipient of the 2018 Philip Roth Residency with Bucknell University. Her work can be found in DIAGRAM, Redivider, Nat.Brut, The Collagist, The Rumpus, Passages North, PANK, and elsewhere.

RICHARD CHIEM is the author of You Private Person, a collection of short stories published by Sorry House Classics in 2017, and the novel King of Joy. His work has appeared in City Arts Magazine, Fanzine, and Gramma Poetry, among other places. He has taught at Hugo House and UW Bothell, and was a featured panelist w/ Brian Evenson at the Fall Convergence Conference at UW Bothell in 2016. He lives in Seattle w/ his partner.

WILLIE FITZGERALD is a co-founder of APRIL, a festival of small press publishing that was held in Seattle. His fiction, essays, and reviews have appeared in The Stranger, City Arts Magazine and Everyday Genius. He is a 2016-2017 Made at Hugo House Fellow.

SUMMER KARASKOVA is a writer, translator and somewhat private person living in Seattle, Wa. Her work has appeared in Fog Machine, Smalldoggies, Everyday Genius and elsewhere, including multiple glitter-heavy GeoCities websites. Summer's latest project, Letterbox, promotes small press one rare find at at time." (Promo Copy)

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300 S Washington St, Seattle, WA 98104

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  • Mon., Sept. 25, 7-10 p.m. 2017
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