Our next reading is November 8th at 7 p.m. at KGB Bar, 85 East 4th Street.
We hope you’ll come down to KGB and join us then!
Bernice Chauly is a writer and poet. Born in George Town to Chinese-Punjabi teachers, she read education and english literature in Canada as a government scholar. For over 20 years, she has worked extensively in the creative industries as a writer, photographer, actor and filmmaker and has won multiple awards for her work and her contribution to the arts. She is the author of Book of Sins (poetry), and Growing Up with Ghosts (memoir).
Matt Longabuoco is the author of the chapbook Everybody Suffers: The Selected Poems of Juan García Madero (O’Clock Press 2014). Other work has appeared recently in Elderly, The Brooklyn Rail, and Parkett. He is a co-founder of Wendy’s Subway, a 24-hour library, workspace, and meeting space for writers, artists, and readers in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. He teaches at New York University and lives in New York City.
Tamuira Reid is a writer and educator living in New York City. Her first feature-length screenplay, Luna’s Highway, was optioned by Cynthia Phillips & Co. (San Francisco/Los Angeles). The script earned her a 2010 Finalist placement in Francis Ford Coppola’s American Zoetrope Screenwriting Competition and a 2010 Semifinalist placement in The Nicholls Screenwriting Fellowship Competition, sponsored by The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences. Tamuira taught screenwriting as a guest faculty member at the Global Social Change Film Festival and Institute in 2011, in Bali, Indonesia, and again in 2012 in New Orleans. Currently, she is a monthly guest columnist at 3 Quarks Daily. She teaches writing full-time in NYU’s Global Liberal Studies Program and is working on a book-length collection of essays on single parenting in NYC.
Tim Tomlinson is co-founder of New York Writers Workshop, and co-author of its popular text, The Portable MFA in Creative Writing. Recent stories and poems appear in The Blue Lyra Review, Caribbean Vistas, Coachella Review, Writing Tomorrow, and the anthologies Long Island Noir (Akashic Books), Fast Food Fiction (Anvil Publishing). He is the fiction editor for Ducts. He teaches at New York University’s Global Liberal Studies program.