Tuesday, Sept. 23: Corrine Fitzpatrick + Andrea Lawlor
QT: Queer Readings at Dixon Place presents:
(the first reading of the new season!)
CORRINE FITZPATRICK + ANDREA LAWLOR
Tuesday, September 23, 2008
at Dixon Place: 258 Bowery, 2nd floor, between Houston & Prince
doors (+ snacks + drinks + hangouts) at 7 / reading at 7:30
Corrine Fitzpatrick is the author of a transcription project, Zamboangueña (sona books, 2007) and a chapbook of poems, On Melody Dispatch (Goodbye Better, 2007). Poems are about to be out in The Denver Quarterly and Tight Journal. She is in the MFA program for writing at Bard College, and is the Program Coordinator for The Poetry Project at St. Mark's Church. Born and raised in California, she now resides in Brooklyn.
Andrea Lawlor, a fiction writer and the editor of Pocket Myths (www.pocketmyths.com), has had stories published in Persiflage, the Brooklyn Rail, and Encyclopedia. Lawlor is currently pursuing an MFA in Fiction at UMass Amherst.
[from Andrea Lawlor:]
He stroked his throat til the bump smoothed down and then he checked his look in the mirror on the back of his closet door. How could he look so pretty? He was a slutty superstar. His black motorcycle boots and close-fitting Levi’s jacket, big fur-lined Lenny Kravitz coat, every detail he approved. Who was he? He was the girl he wanted to fuck.
[from Corrine Fitzpatrick:]
sunlight is incident