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A place for you and your friends to hear literature and have a coffee or drink.

Come hear the following readers this coming November!

Hester L. (“Lee”) Furey has taught humanities at the Art Institute of Atlanta for more than 17 years. The author of Little Fish (a chapbook of poems published by Finishing Line Press) and the editor of Dictionary of Literary Biography 345: American Radical and Reform Writers, Second Series, Furey has published a number of poems and essays in scholarly and literary journals. Recently she self-published the first episode of a graphic novel (artwork by Mike Rovinsky) called Love & Revolution. She is also a member of the founding editorial collective of the online journal Eyedrum Periodically and a founding officer of the Georgia-Piedmont chapter of the North American Butterfly Association. She lives in Decatur, Georgia.

Michael Hessel-Mial is a poet and scholar. He is webmaster of Internet Poetry and coeditor of the anthology, MACRO, forthcoming from Boost House. He is the author of mspaint and heartbreak, VITA NUOVA II, and apocalypse OVA. He his currently finishing his Ph.D in Comparative Literature at Emory University. Hire him!

Andrea Rogers is a musician and Ph.D. Poetry student at Georgia State University, where she is an Advanced Teaching Fellow. She is the recipient of the 2015 Agnes Scott Writers’ Festival Poetry Prize, judged by Tracy K. Smith, and two Academy of American Poets awards. Her poems appear in Negative Capability Press's Georgia Poetry Anthology, Stone, River, Sky, Red Paint Hill's Mother is a Verb Anthology, Treehouse, and Odradek; her nonfiction and interviews appear in Boog City, Treehouse, and The 11th Hour. She and her band, Night Driving in Small Towns, have been featured by Rolling Stone and NPR.

Paige Sullivan is currently an MFA candidate in the creative writing program at Georgia State University, where she also works as the poetry editor of New South. Her poems appear or will soon appear in Qu, American Literary Review, Mead, and other journals.

Winston Blake Wheeler Ward is the founder of the Five Hundred, Atlanta's monthly, flash-fiction challenge, which will celebrate its five year anniversary with the release of a retrospective anthology this coming February. Winston is a genuine smart ass. He can think of a Simpsons quote to fit every situation, he knows the rules and prevalent statistics to almost every sport, and his trivia team is currently ranked 17th out of more than 1700 teams, placing him in the top 1%. Winston's dog Kira is cuter than your dog.

After this reading, caravan over to Gilbert Street for another reading!
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