KGB: At The Inkwell - Another Night Bazaar

December 13, 2017
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

At The Inkwell Presents: ANOTHER NIGHT BAZAAR. In this dark fantasy anthology, authors explore the concept of the Night Bazaar, a place where time and geography are fluid, and the magical intertwines with the everyday. Join us to hear from six of the authors - don’t miss this exotic, time-traveling pre-Christmas event.

Friends of Vera marks GREG FLETCHER’s fiction debut. He’s also the author of four essays, several plays, and the craft book Shorts and Briefs—a collection of short plays and brief principles of playwriting, published by Northampton House Press. For more details, visit www.gregoryfletcher.com

Anthology editor LENORE HART, who grew up in a haunted house in Florida, is the author of 8 novels (two optioned for film), and short stories, poems, plays, and articles. As Elisabeth Graves she writes the Dark Florida series. Her work’s been featured in Poets and Writers, on Voice of America radio, and PBS’s “Writer To Writer.” Find more at www.lenorehart.com, @LenoreHartAuthor on Facebook, or @Elfair on Twitter.

As an academic advisor at Penn State, CORINNE ALICE NULTON shares her love for language with reluctant freshman while jotting down her own words in the breaths left between. Her play “14 Symptoms” was featured in the Brick Theater’s Game Play Festival in 2014, and her 10-minute play “Flesh” was a finalist at the Kennedy Center in 2012. She’s also drama and poetry editor for A Door is a Jar Literary Magazine. http://www.lenorehart.com

One sprout from a Dutch family tree of pillars of society and artistic freebooters, MAU VANDUREN has lived and worked all over the world with best friend and wife Jackie, learning new cultures and experiences along the way. Mau wrote fiction in Kenya and Barbados, and a nonfiction history Many Heads and Many Hands was published in 2014. He’s currently at work on his 10-year project, The Binder, a trilogy.

APHRODITE ANAGNOST‘s debut novel, Memoir of a Death Angel, was an Amazon Best New Author semifinalist in 2014. Passover (co-author, Robert P. Arthur), won a 2016 Chanticleer Paranormal Book Award. Anagnost, AKA Frances Williams, is a country doctor, horse trainer, and equestrian book editor. Find her on Twitter @AphroditeAuthor, on Facebook, and at www.XenophonPress.com.

NAIA POYER, a book designer, painter, and graphic designer, lives in Boston and is working on an MA at Harvard. A queer agender writer, visual artist, and academic, Poyer hopes to contribute to better LGBTQIA representation in art, media, and scholarship. Visit them at www.Facebook.com/NaiadBookDesignor naia046.wixsite.com/naiaddesign.