Good Tyme Writers Buffet Celebrates Five Years Wsg Andy Mozina

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Good Tyme Writers Buffet Celebrates Five Years Wsg Andy Mozina
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Good Tyme Writers Buffet Celebrates Five Years Wsg Andy Mozina says
Join us October 22nd as six writers read on the idea of walls, division, boundaries, borders. We’ll be surrounded by the installation by Osman Khan, “On Which Side, The Barbarians?” As usual we’ll be eating and drinking and generally enjoying the hell out of the night.

It's true, it's been five years since our first Buffet.

We hope you can make it, and bring a dish to pass. Come hungry. Come thirsty. It’s a potluck!

Readers include
Andy Mozina
Michael Jackman
Megan Stockton
Tom Clynes
Katja Foreman-Braunschweig
Steve Hughes, hosts

Andy Mozina has published fiction in Tin House, Ecotone, Fence, The Southern Review, The Missouri Review and elsewhere. His work has received special citations in Best American Short Stories, Pushcart Prize, and New Stories from the Midwest. He has been interviewed about his work on public radio stations in Kalamazoo and Milwaukee. In Andy Mozina’s debut novel, Contrary Motion (Spiegel & Grau/Random House), a divorced concert harpist is still chasing his dream of being an orchestra player as his life comes apart.

Author and photojournalist Tom Clynes travels the world covering the adventurous side of science, the environment, and extraordinary personalities for magazines such as National Geographic and Popular Science, where he is a contributing editor. His work has also appeared in Men’s Journal, Nature, New York, The Sunday Times Magazine (London), the Washington Post, and many other publications. He is the author of the books The Boy Who Played With Fusion and Wild Planet! and his magazine stories often appear in Houghton-Mifflin’s “Best American…” series of magazine-writing anthologies.

Megan Stockton is a poet and publisher living in Detroit, Michigan. Stockton is a co-editor at Weekday, an annual literary journal, and is a member of Problem Press, a collaborative writing and publishing project with Patricia No. Stockton's writing has appeared in BigBig Wednesday, Bearings: Works About Boundaries, Hypocrite Reader, and Flint Magazine.

Michael Jackman is a zine-writer, filmmaker, and journalist. He works as one of the editors at the Detroit Metro Times where he tirelessly documents the happenings in our city.

Katja Foreman-Braunschweig trains 20 hours a week at Ballet Detroit and plays violin in the Detroit Symphony Youth Orchestra. She studies taekwondo, and plays obscure Russian piano pieces. She plans to be a professional writer. A life long Hamtramck resident, she is the youngest writer ever to read at the Buffet.

Steve Hughes writes the zine Stupor.
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By: The Good Tyme Writers Buffet