In the lounge Guerrilla Lit Reading Series Featuring Mylène Dressler, Gordon Haber & Victoria Redel
About This Show
This series has hosted readings by emerging & established authors since 2007. Because the pen is mightier than the Kalashnikov (we hope). Curated by Lee Matthew Goldberg, Camellia Phillips, and Marco Rafalá. Hosted by Camellia Phillips.
Featuring Mylène Dressler, Gordon Haber & Victoria Redel
About the Authors
Mylène Dressler’s most recent novel is The Last To See Me; her earlier books include The Deadwood Beetle, The Floodmakers, and The Medusa Tree. Her stories, essays, and reviews have appeared in the Kenyon Review, Creative Nonfiction, The Massachusetts Review, Literary Hub, The Washington Post, and others. She has been awarded a Fulbright Fellowship and the Paisano Fellowship in Literature, and held visiting writer residencies at the University of Texas at Austin, Hedgebrook, and the Carson McCullers Center. She is a professor of creative writing and the director of the Sherwood Anderson Creative Writing Program at Guilford College.
Gordon Haber‘s short fiction has appeared, among other places, in The Rumpusand The Normal School, and as three best-selling Kindle Singles. His story collection, UGGS FOR GAZA, will be published Summer 2017. His nonfiction on the nexus of religion and culture can be seen in The Forward, Religion and Politicsand Religion Dispatches. His awards include a Fulbright Fellowship, a Queens Community Arts Fund grant and a MacDowell Colony residence. In addition to writing, Gordon founded the e-book publishing company, Dutch Kills Press. He does not live in Brooklyn.
Victoria Redel is an American poet and fiction writer who lives in New York City. She is the author of five books of fiction: Before Everything, Make Me Do Things,The Border of Truth, Loverboy and Where the Road Bottoms Out and three books of poetry: Woman Without Umbrella, Swoon, and Already the World. She has taught at Columbia University, Vermont College and is currently on the faculty of Sarah Lawrence College.
Wednesday, November 15, 2017 at 7:30pm