An Evening with RED LEMONADE hosted by Richard Nash

September 25, 2011
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Kio Stark writes about relational technology and teaches at NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program, a graduate program for geeks, hackers, and artists. She has written about feminism, NYC night court, the history of documentary, graphic novels, failure and her favorite saints for The Nation, Killing the Buddha, Feed, Lime Tea and other publications and wrote the introduction to Least Wanted: A Century of American Mugshots, a collection of vernacular police photography. She spent a racetrack season in Miami interviewing old thugs for her doctoral work in American Studies at Yale. She talks to strangers and lives in Brooklyn with her partner, inventor Bre Pettis. This is her first novel.

Kio Stark reads people and their streets the way an animal reads the forest. For her, precision and heartbreak are two sides of the same coin. And she spends language carefully, as if she kept it in a coffee can—she makes it last.—Luc Sante

Tsaurah Litsky has worked as a waitress, bartender, scallop-shucker, phone girl in a high class bordello, newspaper columnist and college professor. Her erotic novella, “The Motion Of The Ocean” published by Simon and Schuster as part of “Three The Hard Way” a series of erotic novellas edited by Susie Bright. Her poetry collection, “Baby On The Water” (Long Shot Press). A second major collection, Cleaning The Duck” will be published by Bowery Books in Fall 2011. She also wrote a play about Bukowski, “Barfly Redux” which was produced and had a successful run at FusionArts Museum.
Joshua Milbin holds an M.A. from the Johns Hopkins creative writing program, and has taught writing there and at Deep Springs College in California. His stories have appeared in the Beloit Fiction Journal, the online edition of n+1, the Cimarron Review, Bitter Oleander, Juked, andthe Cream City Review.

Jillian Lauren is the author of the novel, PRETTY, and of the New York Times bestselling memoir, SOME GIRLS: My Life in a Harem, both published by Plume/Penguin. SOME GIRLS has since been translated into fourteen different languages. Jillian has an MFA in Creative Writing from Antioch University. Her writing has appeared in The Paris Review, The New York Times, Vanity Fair, Flaunt Magazine, Opium Magazine, Society, Pale House: A Collective and in the anthologies My First Time: A Collection of First Punk Show Stories and Tarnished: True Tales of Innocence Lost. As a performer, she has recently worked with directors as diverse as Robert Cucuzza, Steve Balderson, Lynne Breedlove, Austin Young, Michelle Carr and Margaret Cho. She regularly blogs at TODAY Moms and Jillian is married to musician Scott Shriner. They live in Los Angeles with their son.

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The KGB Bar Sunday Night Fiction showcases the finest in contemporary fiction from new and emerging writers.

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