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Animal Farm Reading Series


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 Reviewn+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'sTin HouseBuzzFeed Reader, Asimov's Science FictionThe 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 ArtforumBookforumn+1, New YorkInterview, 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!