January 14: Host Katharyn Grant and featuring Kathy Fish!

January 14, 2015:

From Katharyn: Please mark you calendar & join me as I host the amazing flash-fiction author Kathy Fish on Jan 14th, for the FBomb Reading Series! I’ll be reading some of Kathy’s stories as well as my own short fiction & open mic slots will be available, so come early to get your slot!

Kathy Fish is the acclaimed author of Together We Can Bury It and Wild Life… here’s what folks are saying about her work: “Kathy Fish’s Together We Can Bury It is a wonder”… “With remarkable precision, Kathy Fish champions the dreamers, believers, and lovers. If you are not one of those, you can trust Kathy Fish to show you the way back to your heart”…”This collection shines with amazing delight.””

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katharHost Katharyn Grant! Katharyn Grant directed, co-produced, and stars in “The One Who Loves You,” a feature-length film which recently screened at over 13 film festivals in the U.S. and Canada! Her writing has appeared in Fast Forward: Mix Tape, Fast Forward: Volume 2, and Monkey Puzzle Magazine.  Her chapbook ,“Interior Life,” features Grant’s own art and poetry; wich the Boston Literary Review called, “an adventure for the eyes and a journey for the spirit.”  She received a degree in creative writing and visual art from the University of Denver

 


kathyFeaturing Kathy Fish! 

Kathy Fish’s stories have been published or are forthcoming in The Lineup: 25 Provocative Women Writers (Black Lawrence Press), Slice, Guernica, Indiana Review, Denver Quarterly, and elsewhere. She is the author of three collections of short fiction: A chapbook of flash fiction in the chapbook collective, A Peculiar Feeling of Restlessness: Four Chapbooks of Short Short Fiction by Four Women (Rose Metal Press, 2008), Wild Life (Matter Press, 2011) and Together We Can Bury It (The Lit Pub, 2013). She blogs at http://kathy-fish.com/.

August 13: Host Bryan Jansing and featuring Benjamin Whitmer!

August 13: Theme: “Spaghetti Westerns”

benFeaturing Benjamin Whitmer! Benjamin Whitmer was born and raised on back-to-the-land communes and counterculture enclaves ranging from Southern Ohio to Upstate New York. One of his earliest and happiest memories is of standing by the side of a country road with his mother, hitchhiking to parts unknown. Since then, he’s been a factory grunt, a vacuum salesman, a convalescent, a high-school dropout, a graduate student, a semi-truck loader, an activist, a kitchen-table gunsmith, a squatter, a college professor, a dishwasher, a technical writer and a petty thief. His second novel, Cry Father, is coming in September from Gallery Books.

bryanWith Host Bryan Jansing! Bryan Jansing is an international, award-winning author. Some of his works include, “Like  Clumps of Dried Dirt,” “Bridge Party,” and “A Number on Reality,” in Fast Forward Vol. 3, TheMix Tape (2010), which was the finalist for the Colorado Book Awards. He has also written for Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus. His book Italy: Beer Country was released April 1.

 

 

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