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Tracie Hotchner's Radio Shows
Dog Talk & Cat Chat
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Tracie just received the honor of winning a Gracie Award as Outstanding Host of an Entertainment/Information show on Public Radio (DOG TALK® on NPR)


If you find yourself out in Eastern L.I.
buy local & support the

Saturdays, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.

Bay St and Burke St
Sag Harbor, NY


Marsha Heydt and the Project of Love
Performing at The Garage
99 Seventh Ave. South, New York , NY 10014
Take the 1 train to Christopher St. / Sheridan Square.
Alternatively, take the ABCDEF trains to
West 4th Street and walk to 7th Avenue.

Sunday, June 6
11:30PM to 2:30AM
(No Cover Charge)

Marsha Heydt
Alto, Soprano Saxophone and Flute
Norman Pors, Keyboard
John DeCesare Electric and Acoustic Bass
Rossen Nedelchev Drums
Renato Thoms Percussion

Blue Owl
(212) 505-2583
196 2nd Avenue
New York, NY 10003-5879
Subway: L train to 1st Ave.

Sunday, June 27
8pm to 9:30 (one Set)
$5.00 Cover Charge


East to West

Writer and cookbook author Lauren Chattman
is host to Sag Harbor Days
a blog about small town life.

Check out her Memorial Day Cobbler

and other great recipes as you
walk alongside her in Sag Harbor, NY.


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"People Make Mistakes"

Thursday, June 10th at 8PM at the Old Stone House in Park Slope Brooklyn Reading Works presents "People Make Mistakes" an evening of fiction curated by Martha Southgate. Lauren Grodstein, author of A Friend of the Family, Danielle Evans, author of the upcoming short story collection Before You Suffocate Your Own Fool Self, and Martha Southgate, author of Third Girl From the Left will read.

Martha Southgate is the author of Third Girl from the Left, which was published in paperback by Houghton Mifflin in September 2006. It won the Best Novel of the year award from the Black Caucus of the American Library Association. It was shortlisted for the PEN/Beyond Margins Award and the Hurston/Wright Legacy award. Her previous novel, The Fall of Rome, received the 2003 Alex Award from the American Library Association and was named one of the best novels of 2002 by Jonathan Yardley of the Washington Post. She is also the author of Another Way to Dance, which won the Coretta Scott King Genesis Award for Best First Novel. She now teaches in the Brooklyn College MFA program.

Lauren Grodstein's books include the novels A Friend of the Family and Reproduction is the Flaw of Love, and The Best of Animals, a story collection. Her pseudonymous Girls Dinner Club was a New York Public Library Book for the Teen Age. Her work has been translated into German, Italian, French, Turkish, and other languages, and her essays and stories have been widely anthologized.

Lauren teaches creative writing at Rutgers-Camden, where she helps administer the college's MFA program. She lives with her husband and son in New Jersey.

Danielle Evans was born in Northern Virginia in 1983. Her short fiction has appeared in Best American Short Stories 2008, The Paris Review, Phoebe, Black Renaissance Noire, and The L Magazine. She received a BA in Anthropology from Columbia University, an MFA in fiction from the Iowa Writers' Workshop, and the Carol Houck Smith Fellowship from the Wisconsin Institute for Creative Writing. She has taught in the creative writing program at Missouri State University, and has recently joined the faculty at American University in Washington, DC. She is currently editing her first short story collection, tentatively titled Before You Suffocate Your Own Fool Self, and working on a novel titled The Empire Has No Clothes. Both are forthcoming from Riverhead Books.

For more info contact
Louise Crawford

Fifth Avenue and Third Street in Park Slope
$5 suggested donation includes refreshments
Books will be offered for sale.