Up, Do: Flash Fiction Reading and East Coast Book Launch

Mar 21, 2014 | Events, Writing | 0 comments

Celebrate the East Coast release of Up, Do: Flash Fiction by Women Authorsan anthology from Spider Road Press! Featured readers will be myself, Theo Greenblatt and Kathryn Kulpa,  special guests Kim Baker and Diane Dolphin, and Lynnie Gobeille from the Origami Poems Project.

Up, Do is dedicated to “the teachers, in and out of the classroom, who showed…Patricia Flaherty Pagen (Editor)…that girls’ musings and women’s words are key ingredients in the alchemy of storytelling.”

Don’t miss what promises to be fun night of audacious and entertaining storytelling. Saturday, April 5th at 7:00, Books on the Square, 471 Angell Street, Providence, RI.

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