The F-Bomb Reading Series returns in 2020 for its seventh year at the Mercury Café. Please join us every third Tuesday at 7:30 for our rotating hosts and featured readers, as well as for the open mic—4-minute slots are available to all who are interested in reading their own flash fiction. Join us if you can, and check out this website for updates on our features and hosts!
F-Bomb 2020 Dates/Hosts
JAN 21: Ahja Fox
FEB 18: Tameca Coleman/ 7th Year Anniversary!
MAR 17: Zack Kopp
APR 21: Shelby Yaffe
MAY 19: Leah Rogin-Roper & Kona Morris
JUNE 16: Hillary Leftwich
JULY 21: Carol Covington
AUG 18: Nancy Stohlman
SEP 15: Roseanna Frechette
OCT 20: David Atkinson
NOV 17: Jonathan Montgomery
Nov 19: Host Nick Morris and featuring Hillary Leftwich and Mary Harpin!
NICK MORRIS is a writer, musician, and teacher in Denver, CO. He has been involved with the F-Bomb Reading Series since the beginning. His work has appeared in Cliterature, Connotation Press, Danse Macabre Online, Nebo, and elsewhere. He also serves as the Dungeon Master for the podcast We Slay Things. He teaches Humanities, Literature, and English and the Community College of Denver, and lives with his partner Alyssa in the lovely Mile High City.
HILLARY LEFTWICH is the poetry and prose editor for Heavy Feather Review and runs At the Inkwell Denver, a monthly reading series. Currently, she freelances as a writer, editor, and writing workshop instructor. In her day job, she works in a cancer research lab. Her writing can be found or is forthcoming print and online in The Rumpus, Entropy, The Missouri Review, Hobart, Smokelong Quarterly, and others. She will be a featured visiting writer at Western Illinois University in 2020. She lives in Colorado with her partner, her son, and their cat, Larry. Find more of her writing at http://www.hillaryleftwich.com
MARY HARPIN is a poet, an intuitive medium and a content strategist for a medical device company. She moonlights as an instructor for the Lighthouse Writer’s Workshop, and her debut poetry book Shadowrise was published by Dos Madres Press. You can find her work in Terrain, Crab Creek Review, Tinderbox and others. Mary lives in Denver with her family.