Join us in an evening of readings from contributors of KGB Bar’s own Literary Magazine
Michelle Hogmire grew up in West Virginia and has a BA in English/Creative Writing from Marshall University and an MFA in Fiction from Columbia University. Her work has been published or is forthcoming in BOMB, KGB Bar Lit Mag, Columbia Journal, and Et Cetera. She currently lives and writes in New York City.
She wiill reading a selection from her novel-in-progress, titled “Donc, Boon!
Actress Tory Flack will be reading Edward Barkin story: “Not Drinking With Erin” Edward S. Barkin is a graduate of Yale University who has written numerous screenplays and plays and has made three narrative feature films that have played at festivals such as Sundance and Montreal and in theaters in New York and L.A. Variety called his last film “offbeat and accomplished” and singled him out as an “attention-capturing” writer/director. He has also published a number of articles in respected academic journals such as the Journal of Consciousness Studies, Physics Essays and the International Journal of Intelligence and CounterIntelligence. And he has self-published a novella, I Wish You Were Dead. Most recently, he guest blogged on a website with over three million views and published two short stories in the literary magazine Literally Stories.
Claudia Summers, a resident of New York City, is currently pursuing a MFA in Creative Writing at City College. Her work has appeared in Omen, Naked But Safe, and Showboat: Punk/Sex/Bodies.
Matt Basiliere’s stories have appeared or are forthcoming in KGB Bar Lit, Eclectica, Verdad, Pindeldyboz, The Heat City Review, The Fifth Street Review, and other publications. His poetry has appeared in Ghazals for Foley, an Hinchas Press publication celebrating the spirit, life, and work of conflict journalist James Foley. Matt is a graduate of Hunter College and holds an MFA from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, where he was awarded the Slosberg Memorial Award for Substantial and Worthy Achievement in Prose.
The KGB Bar Sunday Night Fiction showcases the finest in contemporary fiction from new and emerging writers.