March 17: Coan, Jaffe, & Lawlor

if you know what's good:


Wednesday March 17 / 7pm / free

Downstairs at Unnameable Books


JAIME SHEARN COAN teaches literature and writing at The City College of New York and leads a writing workshop at the Ali Forney Center through the New York Writers Coalition. Her writing has appeared in the Mississippi Review. Jaime is a member of Accidental Movement, an ongoing dance project led by Mariangela Lopez, and serves as the curator of dear someone, a queerly collaborative letter-making endeavor, available soon in chapbook form.

SARA JAFFE's writing has appeared, most recently, in Fourteen Hills, NOON, Gladtree Journal, and Skein. She is co-editor of The Art of Touring, a collection of writing and visual art by musicians, available from Yeti Publications. She plays a treble-heavy guitar and teaches various forms of writing. She lives in Brooklyn.

ANDREA LAWLOR, a fiction writer and the editor of Pocket Myths, has had stories published or forthcoming in Persiflage, The Brooklyn Rail, Cash Free, and Encyclopedia, Volume II. Lawlor is currently pursuing an MFA in Fiction at UMass Amherst.


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