Ladies and gentlemen! After a six-month absence, THE FARM, NYC's destination for the newest and best satirical and/or critical writing in any genre, finally returns to grace us all with some top-flight writing and good times.
And this one is going to be special: together with writers CHRISTINE SMALLWOOD, TONY TULATHIMUTTE, ALICE SOLA KIM, and KAITLIN PHILLIPS, we are throwing a PARTY at 61 Local! You won't want to miss this opportunity to reunite with all of your FARM friends and meet some new ones too.
The fun starts at 7:30 pm and admission is FREE. Beverages will be provided courtesy of the series. INVISIBLE DOG ART CENTER is located at 51 Bergen Street in Cobble Hill--F/G train to Bergen Street, 2/3/4/5 or R to Borough Hall, or A/C to Jay Street.
Christine Smallwood has published stories in The Paris Review, n+1, and Vice. She writes the "New Books" column for Harper's Magazine.
Tony Tulathimutte’s novel Private Citizens was called “the first great millennial novel” by New York Magazine. A graduate of Stanford University and the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, he has written for The New York Times, VICE, WIRED, The New Yorker, The Atlantic, The New Republic, n+1, Playboy, The Paris Review, and many others. He has received a 2017 Whiting Award, an O. Henry Award, and a MacDowell Fellowship, and appeared as a guest on Late Night with Seth Meyers.
Alice Sola Kim's writing has appeared in publications such as McSweeney's, Tin House, BuzzFeed Reader, Asimov's Science Fiction, The Village Voice, and Lenny. She is a winner of the 2016 Whiting Award, and has received grants and scholarships from the MacDowell Colony, Bread Loaf Writers' Conference, and the Elizabeth George Foundation.
Kaitlin Phillips is a writer living in New York. She has written for Artforum, Bookforum, n+1, New York, Interview, and the Vice fiction issue.
Patrick W. Gallagher is HOAF (Host of Animal Farm). His writing has appeared in Gawker Review of Books, n+1, Vol. 1 Brooklyn, The Adirondack Review, Mr. Beller's Neighborhood, and elsewhere, and he holds a PhD in Comparative Literature from NYU. You can get his novel Pollen here!