National Small Press Month March 2008: Tales of Sex and Death

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WordTheatre celebrated Small Press Month at Canal Club in Venice with short story and poetry readings by*:

  • Tess Harper (No Country for Old Men, Academy Award for Tender Mercies) read “A Walk in the Park” by Hal Ackerman (Words and Pictures Magazine)
  • Rae Dawn Chong (Wild CardMysterious Ways) read “Such Fun” by James Salter (Tin House Books)
  • Gary Dourdan (C.S.I.) read “Hang the Moon” by Jim Lewis (Tin House Books)
  • Sarah Maclay read from her own book of poetry Whore (University of Tampa Press)
  • Nina Revoyr read from her upcoming memoir The Age of Dreaming (Akashic Books)
  • Graham Hamilton (How I Got Lost) read “The Two Reasons” by Ron Carlson

Small Press Month, which takes place every year in March, is a Nationwide Celebration of the strong, independent, diverse voices found in the pages brought to us by the country’s great Literary Magazines and Small Book Publishers. WordTheatre is honored to be a part of this grass roots effort to raise awareness about the pressing need for broader venues of literary expression, as large, international conglomerates are taking fewer risks and publishing for a narrowing perspective. We believe the Small Presses are keeping great literature alive!  For more information visit, www.smallpressmonth.org