KGB: Trumpet Fiction

March 10, 2018
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Special theme:  “The Agony of Defeat:  stories about the nature of losing.” Hosted by Jonathan Kravetz

Rob Gunther is a writer from Astoria, Queens. One time, he wrote a story about a guy who, while taking his dog for a walk, found a fifty dollar bill on the ground. After Rob finished the story, he got up, took his dog for a walk, and found a fifty dollar bill on the ground, in the same exact spot that he had written about in his story. Weird, right? But just as he was thinking it was too good to be true, Rob woke up, because it turned out that it was all a dream.

Mark Goldblatt is the author, most recently, of Right Tool for the Job: A Memoir of Manly Concerns. His other books include Twerp and Finding the Worm, both middle grade novels, as well as The Unrequited, a literary mystery, and Sloth, a literary satire. He teaches religious history and developmental English at Fashion Institute of Technology.

Nina Camp has been a frequent contributor to The Huffington Post, in the Women, Funny Women, My Story, and Comedy verticals, as well as to the women’s platform Her humor and essays have also been featured at,, and Mr.Beller’s Neighborhood. She lives and works in New York City.

Coree Spencer is happy to be reading at KGB with Trumpet Fiction.  She is published online on, Mr. Bellers Neighborhood and Sensitive Skin.  She is also published in Issue One of Nicotine Magazine.  Thanks to Jonathan for the opportunity to read this evening.