Last time I showed up on Big Other, it was to offer some final big ideas about Dante and his Divine Comedy. Now, I might be falling from the sublime to the ridiculous. Here’s the notice about a reading of my own — with others — at KGB Bar down in lower Manhattan, on E. 4th just off the Bowery. That’s next Sunday, Feb. 6th, starting at 7 PM.
The reading celebrates Gival Press, out of Arlington, VA. Gival published my 2008 novel A Tomb on the Periphery, and many other splendid pieces of work. Other readers include New Yorkers David Winner (The Cannibal of Guadalajara) and Thad Rutkowski (Haywire).
If you’re not snowed in, or if you haven’t got a stake in the Super Bowl, do stop by.
John Domini is the author of Bedlam, Highway Trade, Talking Heads: 77, Earthquake I.D., A Tomb on the Periphery, The Sea-God's Herb, Movieola!, and The Color Inside a Melon. Domini has won awards in all genres, publishing fiction in The Paris Review, Threepenny Review, and elsewhere; and journalism and criticism in The New York Times, Bookforum, The Brooklyn Rail, and elsewhere (including Italian journals). He live in Des Moines, Iowa.