KGB: Drunken Careening Writers

January 17, 2019
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Carley Moore
Lauren Sanders
Nancy L. Weber
Aaron Zimmerman

Carley Moore is an essayist, novelist, and poet. Her debut collection of essays, 16 Pills, was published in May of 2018 by Tinderbox Editions. Her debut novel, The Not Wives, is forthcoming from the Feminist Press in the fall of 2019. In 2017, she published her first poetry chapbook, Portal Poem(Dancing Girl Press) and in 2012, she published a young adult novel, The Stalker Chronicles (Farrar, Straus, and Giroux). She lives in New York City and teaches at NYU and Bard College. Visit her website or follow her on Twitter.

Lauren Sanders is the author of the critically acclaimed novels Kamikaze Lust, which won a Lambda Literary Award, and With or Without You, a Lambda Literary Award finalist. Her most recent novel is The Book of Love and Hate. All novels were published by Akashic Books. Other short fiction and nonfiction has appeared over the years in numerous publications and journals, and she’s the co-editor of a really fun anthology called Too Darn Hot: Writing About Sex Since Kinsey. Lauren lives in the great nation of Brooklyn with her girlfriend and her pitbull Maverick. See her obligatory website for more.

Nancy L. Weber is a writer and teacher living in Brooklyn. She teaches Writing at St. Joseph’s College and New York City College of Technology, and at Gotham Writer’s Workshop. For 11 years she was Program Director for NY Writers Coalition Inc. (NYWC), a non-profit organization providing free creative writing workshops for under-served populations in New York City. Her writing can be found in Evergreen Review, Fringe Magazine, and the Brooklyn Rail. In Fall 2019 Benchmark Press will publish her first children’s book, Cats in the City.

Aaron Zimmerman is Founder/Executive Director of NY Writers Coalition, a non-profit organization that offers free creative writing workshops throughout NYC. Aaron has an MA in Creative Writing from City College. He’s the author of the novel By The Time You Finish This Book You Might Be Dead(Spuyten Duyvil, October 2003) and his fiction and poetry have appeared in numerous literary magazines.