Can an author pack a punch or move you to tears in three pages or less? Join us for a night of Selected (really short!) Shorts as we prove that small can be mighty and less can be more. Stories will include five original works of Flash Fiction chosen and commissioned by Selected Shorts and BuzzFeed Books. Authors Danielle Evans (Before You Suffocate Your Own Fool Self), Alexandra Kleeman (You Too Can Have a Body Like Mine), Lincoln Michel (Upright Beasts), Tony Tulathimutte (Private Citizens), and Jenny Zhang (Dear Jenny, We Are All Find). Also featuring the winning entry of the 2017 Stella Kupferberg Memorial Short Story Contest.
Join Public Books at Housing Works Bookstore Cafe in Soho for a public reading and political action.
Moustafa Bayoumi, Alexandra Kleeman, Roy Scranton, Mychal Denzel Smith, Salamishah Tillet, Tony Tulathimutte, and Emily Witt will read passages by their favorite authors, past and present, that help us envision a better America.
After the readings, stay for drinks and a postcard-writing session, where you can send quotes from the readings (or from your own favorite books) to your representatives.
As a nod to NPR's "This American Life," APAHM presents "This Asian-American Life," an evening reading with award-winning writers HUA HSU, TANWI NANDINI ISLAM, LARISSA PHAM, and TONY TULATHIMUTTE.
Hear them read about their personal experiences as Asian Americans, and through their storytelling, celebrate and reflect on what it means to be Asian-American.
This is a FREE event! Refreshments will be served.
Join us on April 6th at 9:30pm to be Seriously Entertained as writers riff on the evening’s theme: THE END MY FRIEND. Featuring Ana Marie Cox (political columnist and culture critic), Travon Free (television writer and comedian), Brenda Shaughnessy (poet) and Tony Tulathimutte (novelist).