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Come Join Shaun Haurin and J.C. Todd As We Reveal…

February 6, 2013

The authors from the collection Stripped.

Reading: PS Authors Read at Fergie’s Pub
Start: 02/09/2013 2:00 pm
End: 02/09/2013 4:00 pm

Winter 2013
Join us a for a pint of Guinness and some great readings featuring authors from our Winter 2013 issue and PS Books.
When: Saturday, February 9, 2-4pm
Where: Fergie’s Pub, 1214 Sansom St., Philadelphia
One year after the PS Books launch of STRIPPED, the anonymous collection of flash fiction, editor Nicole Monaghan will reveal the author identities of the stories included in the collection. Did a male or female author write the story? Nicole and select authors will read excerpts of STRIPPED—see if you can guess.
Authors from PS Books and the Winter 2013 issue of Philadelphia Stories will also read. These authors include:

J. C. Todd’s work appeared in PS Books’ first art book, Forgotten Philadelphia. JC has been tramping since childhood—Long Island’s beaches, Yucatan’s scrub jungle, Hanoi’s Hang alleys, the waldweg of Wiepersdorf, Germany, and the John Heinz Memorial Wildlife Refuge at Tinicum. An award-winning poet and author of What Space This Body, she teaches creative writing at Bryn Mawr College and in the M. F. A. program at Rosemont College.

Forgotten Philadelphia Now On Sale

Forgotten Philadelphia Now On Sale

Shaun Haurin will read from his new short story collection from PS Books, Public Displays of Affectation. His fiction has appeared in Philadelphia Stories, The Ledge Poetry & Fiction Magazine, and The Baltimore Review.

Public Displays of Affectation

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