Aforementioned & Little Fiction | Big Truths At Awp 2015!

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Aforementioned Productions and Little Fiction | Big Truths present Lit Night at Lee's Liquor Lounge! Six writers reading at AWP 2015! Completely free of charge and guaranteed to be awesome!

Featuring poetry, stories, and essays from Gillian Devereux, Carissa Halston, Amanda Leduc, Susan McCarty, Dolan Morgan, and Angela Palm

Hosted by Randolph Pfaff and Troy Palmer


Gillian Devereux received her MFA in Poetry from Old Dominion University and works as a professional writing consultant at Wheelock College in Boston, MA. She has written two chapbooks: Focus on Grammar (from dancing girl press, 2012) and They Used to Dance on Saturday Nights (from Aforementioned Productions, 2011). Gillian likes robots, knitting, small woodland creatures, film noir, gin, and the library.

Carissa Halston is a writer and editor. Her short fiction has appeared in Fourteen Hills, The Massachusetts Review, and elsewhere. She currently runs a small press called Aforementioned, edits a literary journal called apt, hosts a reading series called Literary Firsts, and is at work on a novel called Conjoined States and a short story collection called Emergency Exit.

Amanda Leduc is a Canadian writer whose essays and stories have appeared or are forthcoming in Crossed Genres, Big Truths, The Rumpus, ELLE Canada, PRISM International, Prairie Fire, filling Station, Existere Journal, Conclave, and other publications across Canada, the US, and the UK. Her novel, The Miracles of Ordinary Men, was published in 2013 by Toronto’s ECW Press.

Susan McCarty’s stories and essays have appeared in The Iowa Review, Utne Reader, The Collagist, Conjunctions, Indiana Review, Willow Springs, and other journals. She’s been an administrative fellow for FC2, an artist-in-residence at VCCA, and a Steffensen-Cannon scholar. She has an MFA from Vermont College and a PhD from the University of Utah. She teaches creative writing at Salisbury University.

Dolan Morgan lives and writes in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. He’s the author of That’s When the Knives Come Down (Aforementioned Productions, 2014) and edits at The Atlas Review. He’s a collaborator with Marina Abramovic Institute, and his work has appeared in The Believer, PANK, The Lifted Brow, Armchair/Shotgun, Field, The Collagist, and elsewhere.

Angela Palm is the author of Riverine, winner of the Graywolf Press Nonfiction Prize, forthcoming in spring 2016. She was raised in rural Indiana. She received degrees in English Literature and Criminal Justice from Saint Joseph’s College before working in politics and the editorial field. She now owns Ink & Lead Literary Services, is a contributor at BookTrib, and teaches occasional writing workshops. She is also the editor of Please Do Not Remove, an anthology of Vermont writers. Palm lives in Burlington, Vermont.
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