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About This Event

Minimum Age:

21+

Doors Open:

7:00 PM

Show Time:

7:00 PM

Description:

This is a general admission event in The Gallery at LPR.

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The Book Report Reading

Once upon a time you were in third grade and you had to give book reports and it was awesome. The Book Report promises to deliver exactly what it promises: reports on books by the people who’ve read them. Join Leigh Stein and Sasha Fletcher and assorted literate guests for an evening that will remind you of 3rd grade in the best possible way.

Paula Bomer

Paula Bomer is the author of the novel Nine Months of which Library Journal warns “Mommy Lit Lovers will be horrified” and the collection, Baby and Other Stories (Word Riot Press, 2010), which received a starred review in Publisher’s Weekly and O Magazine put as number one in their “Titles to Pick Up Now” calling it a “brilliant, brutally raw debut collection.” She grew up in South Bend, Indiana and now lives in New York. Find out more about her at http://www.paulabomer.com.

Tobias Carroll

Tobias Carroll lives and writes in Brooklyn, New York. His writing has recently been published by Tin House, The Collagist, Underwater New York, The Paris Review Daily, Necessary Fiction, Bookforum, The Collapsar, and Joyland. He is the managing editor of Vol.1 Brooklyn, and can be found on Twitter at @TobiasCarroll.

Lincoln Michel

Lincoln Michel’s work appears in NOON, Tin House, Electric Literature, BOMB Magazine, The Believer, and elsewhere. He is a co-editor of Gigantic and can be found online at lincolnmichel.com

hosts Leigh Stein

Leigh Stein is the author of four chapbooks of poetry and one novel, The Fallback Plan, newly released from Melville House. You can listen to an excerpt of The Fallback Plan here.

Sasha Fletcher

Sasha Fletcher is the author of the novella WHEN ALL OUR DAYS ARE NUMBERED MARCHING BANDS WILL FILL THE STREETS AND WE WILL NOT HEAR THEM BECAUSE WE WILL BE UPSTAIRS IN THE CLOUDS [ml press 2010] and a couple of poetry chapbooks.

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