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Three Events all Tuesday Evening, August 11th—You Choose!

Reading at
The Perch Cafe
with open mic to follow

Amanda Nazario
the writing group from the Hi-Fi Bar
on Avenue A.
Her stories can be seen in failbetter, Alligator Juniper,
Pindeldyboz, New South
, and SmokeLong Quarterly.

Summer Pierre

is a writer, musician, and illustrator. Her work has been
published in Skirt! Magazine and The Times Argus.

Kim Seib grew up in Akron, was schooled in New Orleans, and
lives in NYC. A former lawyer, she now cares for her two year-old son
while completing an MFA in Creative Writing and working on her first novel.

Amy Veach is working on her MFA at City College. Her novel in progress won the Doris Lippman Prize in Creative Writing, and she was also the recipient of the Graduate Children’s Writing award as well as receiving an honorable mention for her play, Elvis’s Wedding.

Jeff Soloway is an editor for a reference publisher in Manhattan.
He is finishing a novel called Shakespeare’s Novel.

F/R Train to 4th Avenue/9th Street (btwn 5th and 6th St.)


Terrence McManus'
"The Wealthy Industrialists"

The Stone
corner Ave. C and E.2nd St.

Terrence McManus (guitar, compositions)
Tim Berne (alto saxophone)
Herb Roberston (trumpet)
Mark Helias (bass)
Gerry Hemingway (drums/percussion)

Initially formed in 2008 as a contemporary chamber trio featuring Terrence McManus, Tim Berne, and Herb Robertson, The Wealthy Industrialists is now expanded to a quintet and will be exploring a suite of newly rearranged material, specifically for this performance. While the suite will consist of some newly composed music, it will also feature some material composed almost a decade ago, which hasn't been performed in many years.


Moving Image presents preview of
and conversation
with director Robert Schwentke

Museum of the Moving Image will present a special preview screening of The Time Traveler’s Wife, the highly anticipated film adaption of Audrey Niffenegger’s best-selling novel, followed by a Pinewood Dialogue with director Robert Schwentke. The program on . Tuesday, August 11, 2009 at 7:00 p.m. will take place at the Time Warner Center screening room, 1 Time Warner Center (58th Street between 8th and 9th Avenue).

Tickets for the preview screening of The Time Traveler’s Wife and conversation with Robert Schwentke are $12 Museum members / Free for Sponsor-level and above / $18 non-members. Order tickets online at the Moving Image website or by phone at 718.784.4520.

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