IT’S OUR TWO-YEAR ANNIVERSARY!
Come celebrate with Chloe Caldwell, Eileen Myles, and Elissa Schappell. This is going to be one terrific night – arrive early to guarantee a seat!
closest subway: 7/E/M/G to Court Square
About our readers:
CHLOE CALDWELL is the author of the essay collection I’ll Tell You in Person (Coffee House/Emily Books, 2016), and the novella, WOMEN (Short Flight/Long Drive, 2014). Her novella, AFTER WOMEN, will be released in 2017 from Short Flight/Long Drive, along with a reprint of her first book, Legs Get Led Astray. Chloe’s work has appeared in Lenny Letter, New York Magazine, Longreads, Vice, Salon.com, The Rumpus, The Millions, Catapult, Hobart, Nylon, The Sun, Men’s Health, The Nervous Breakdown, and half a dozen anthologies, and she was recently named one of the 41 Hottest Singles of 2017 by Elle. She teaches creative nonfiction writing in New York City and online, and lives in Hudson.
EILEEN MYLES is a poet, novelist and performer whose books include Chelsea Girls, I Must Be Living Twice, Selected Poems and The Importance of Being Iceland/Travel Essays in Art. Afterglow (A Dog Memoir) will be out in Fall 2017. In 1992 Myles conducted an openly female write-in campaign for president of the United States. They have received grants and awards from the Guggenheim Foundation, Creative Capital, The Foundation for Contemporary Art and in 2016 were awarded the Clark Prize for Excellence in Art Writing. Myles is also a television poet. Their poems have appeared in seasons 2 and 3 of the Emmy-winning TV show Transparent. They live in New York and Marfa TX.
ELISSA SCHAPPELL is the author of two books of fiction, Use Me, which was a Los Angeles Times, “Best Book of the Year” a New York Times “Notable Book” and the runner up for the PEN Hemingway Award, and Blueprints for Building Better Girls, which was chosen as one of the “Best Books of the Year” by The San Francisco Chronicle, The Boston Globe, The Wall Street Journal, Newsweek and O. Her fiction, essays and non-fiction have appeared in a number of magazines, including The Paris Review, SPIN and GQ and anthologies such as The Mrs. Dalloway Reader, Cooking and Stealing and Here She Comes Now. She is a Contributing Editor at Vanity Fair, former Senior Editor of The Paris Review and a Founding-editor, now Editor-at-Large of Tin House. She teaches in the MFA Fiction Writing Program at Columbia.