James Yeh, the hungry genius behind Gigantic, put these two ideas together. I don’t know why this doesn’t happen more often. Gigantic will be sponsoring one Brooklyn leg of this weekend’s nationwide Indie Lit Roadshow (check that link for all of the other cool stuff happening). I’ll be reading along with John Haskell and Anelise Chen, and cheap tacos will be served (beside cheap drinks). Black bean tacos from Bouwerie (James vouches for them). It happens Friday – taco start at 6, words at 7:30. Info after the jump:
EATINGS AND READINGS: A Gigantic Taco Happening and Short Prose Party
496 Broadway (at Union Ave.)
G to Broadway
or J, M to Hewes
or L to Lorimer (then 8 min walk south on Union)
RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org.
John Dermot Woods writes, draws, and teaches in Brooklyn, NY. He is the author of the The Complete, Collection of people, places & things (BlazeVOX), edits the arts quarterly Action,Yes and organizes the online reading series Apostrophe Cast.
This event is a part of The Indie Lit Roadshow, a cross-country celebration of the best in independent literature. The Indie Lit Roadshow represents a coming-together of some of the most innovative book lovers around: independent bookstores, presses, journals, magazines, reading series and pop-up bookshops. We’ve packed the weekend of Dec 10-12th full of events, each rooted in the home-grown literary scenes blossoming in the following cities:
Austin, TX (N.A.R.W.A.L.L.); Baltimore, MA (Monumental Genius); Baton Rouge, LA (River Writers); Brooklyn, NY (Gigantic); Brooklyn, NY (Birdsong); Chicago, IL (Featherproof); Lawrence, KS (Beecher’s Magazine); Hadley, MA (Flying Object); Portland, OR (Redefine Magazine); Seattle, WA (Pilot Books).
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