Presenting: Your May Readers!

Saturday night is our next reading. Join us at 7pm at the Astoria Bookshop, to hear work by these four readers!

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 Tracy Bealer spends her time teaching at LaGuardia Community College, watching depressing documentaries, and obsessing over minute details in Doctor Who. She enjoys writing about movies, mystery novels, and vampires, both sparkly and not. She also co-edits albeit, an online journal focused on bridging the gap between scholarship and pedagogy, which can be found at albeitjournal.com. She checks her email obsessively, and would love to be reached at tracybealer@albeitjournal.com.

 Susie Moloney is the author of several bestseller horror novels — Bastion Falls (1995), A Dry Spell (1997), The Dwelling (1993), and The Thirteen. She has also written a screenplay adaptation of The DwellingA Dry Spell has been published worldwide in multiple languages. Susie’s writing has often been favorably compared with the work of Stephen King.  Her latest work is Things Withered, a collection of horror short stories.

 Ann Podracky’s flash fiction and poetry has appeared in various publications including Hanging LooseWSQNewtown Literary, and Poetry in Performance. She was a Writer-in-Residence at the Louis Armstrong Museum and Archives and she is part of the Oh,Bernice! Writers Collective. She can be contacted at apodracky@aol.com.

Brian Kim graduated from the MFA program in Creative Writing and Literary Translation at Queens College, where he now teaches as an adjunct lecturer. He was a 2011 writer-in-resident at the Louis Armstrong House Museum Archive. His work has been published in The Telegram ReviewComposite Arts Magazine, and The Literary Review. He’s also making his way through half of the Criterion Collection, an endeavor you can follow at criterioncollectionashaiku.tumblr.com.

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