5/30 Mixed Media @ EEBX

SATURDAY, MAY 30…

Join East End Book Exchange for an evening of fiction and poetry:

Michael T. Fournier is on tour. He’s the author of two novels— Swing State and Hidden Wheel —both on Three Rooms Press. His book-length discussion of the Minutemen’s Double Nickels on the Dime album is the 45th installment of Bloomsbury’s acclaimed 33 1/3 series. Fournier is the publisher and co-editor of Cabildo Quarterly, a broadsheet literary journal. His writing has appeared in Vice, Pitchfork, Boston Globe and Oxford American. Fournier plays drums in Dead Trend and guitar in Tooth and Germ. He, his wife Rebecca and their cat divide their time between Western Massachusetts and Maine.

Ben Stein, an educator for 10 years, including as a high school teacher and as an adjunct, currently teaches writing at Cleveland State University. His writing has appeared in the 2nd Hand and Cabildo Quarterly.

Jennifer Bannan is the author of short story collection Inventing Victor (Carnegie Mellon University Press, 2003). Her novel-in-progress was an Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award quarter-finalist. Her publications include work in ACM, womenwriters.net, Passages North, Kenyon Review online and the Autumn House 2011 fiction anthology, Keeping the Wolves at Bay. She is an adjunct instructor of fiction at Carnegie Mellon University.

Ben Gwin is the Fiction Editor at Burrow Press Review. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in: The Normal School, WORD RIOT, Mary: A Journal of New Writing, and others. His novel manuscript, Clean Time: The True Story of Ronald Reagan, was shortlisted for Butler University’s 2014 Pressgang Prize. He lives in Pittsburgh with his daughter.

Also, the great Karen Lillis will MC.

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