RR: F Bomb Reading Series

October 05, 2018
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

No cover.  2 drink minimum.

Marty Brown has been published in Partisan Review, The New York Times and other publications.  He has lately been researching and writing about the life and times of his father, a championship body builder, artist’s model and Mr. America finalist.

Emilie Cohen is a native New Yorker, a native Yankee fan, and a mother of two teenagers.  She is a former English teacher and is a YA lit fanatic.

Jacqueline Coleman-Fried has written dance criticism, poetry, profiles and marketing materials for an eclectic mix of publications and nonprofit organizations. She lives in Tuckahoe, NY.

Lynne Dolle is an Adjunct Professor in the Graduate School at Metropolitan College of New York. Currently, she teaches Reading in the Elementary Grades, Special Education and Child Development.

Dan Dworkin is a world traveler, fan of chivalry, multidisciplinary artist, and student of combat strategy. All of these concerns can be seen in his fiction.

Born in Arkansas, raised in Oklahoma, Jane Ann Groom never regrets her move to NYC decades ago.  A graduate of NYU’s Tisch School, Jane Ann holds degrees from Union Theological Seminary and Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion.  For her, writing is a way to heal, to find meaning, and to explore one’s life. 

Erik Ipsen is a bicyclist, kayaker and writer whose characters range from a Zulu safari guide working in the South African bush, to a young Viking learning the ins and outs of pillaging in the English midlands late in the tenth century. Sometimes though, oddities like the pastrami reuben on the menu of a vegetarian restaurant in New Orleans 9th ward demand a hero all their own.

Art Lasky is a retired computer programmer. After forty years of writing in Assembler he decided to try writing in English; it’s much harder than it looks.

Jim Jennings is a commie, pinko leftie who spent forty years working on mostly Democratic campaigns.  He has lived in Rome, Bermuda, London and Iraq.

Sheila Kehoe is a native of Baltimore, transplanted to New York over 30 years ago.  She has worked in both theater and interior design and has always escaped her day job by writing a blend of fiction and memoir.

John Wehba is a native Oklahoman who is marking his fortieth anniversary as a New Yorker this year.  He splits his time between New York and a farm in Sullivan County.

Thad Rutkowski hosts

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