Sin Is Always In: Writings About Sex, Drugs, & Violence

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Our three favorite vices in one reading. Writers Sean Beaudoin, Robert Lashley, and Amber Nelson take us on the downward spiral. Brian McGuigan hosts.

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About the Writers
Sean Beaudoin is the author of The Infects and Wise Young Fool. His short story collection, Welcome Thieves, is due this February from Algonquin press. He is a founding editor of the Arts and culture site the

A semi finalist for the PEN/Rosenthal fellowship, Robert Lashley has had poems published in such journals as Feminete, No Regrets, Your Hands, Your Mouth, NAILED, Drunk In A Midnight Choir, and The Cascadia Review. His work was also featured in Many Trails to the Summit, an anthology of Northwest form and lyric poetry, and Make It True, an anthology of innovative Cascadia poetry. His full length book, The Homeboy Songs, was published by Small Doggies press in April 2014.

Brian McGuigan is the director of Lit Crawl Seattle. His essays have appeared in Gawker, Salon, The Stranger, and elsewhere and has received support from 4Culture, Artist Trust, and Seattle Office of Arts & Culture. In 2010, The Stranger shortlisted him for their Genius Award in Literature, and in 2011, City Arts named him one of Seattle’s Power 50 Culture Makers. Currently, Brian’s working on a memoir. When he’s not lit-crawling and writing, he’s the co-founder/curator of the reading series, Cheap Wine & Poetry and Cheap Beer & Prose. For about a decade, he worked in programs and marketing at Hugo House, where he organized and promoted hundreds of readings, events, and writing programs. He is now the program director at Artist Trust. Follow him at @iambrianwithani.

Amber Nelson is the co-founder and poetry editor of alice blue review, and the founding editor of alice blue books and Shotgun Wedding. She lives in Seattle where she rides her bike and hikes mountains.
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