Writing Real Places in a Virtual World: The Common at NYPL

Event Date: 

Tuesday, April 10, 2012 – 6:00pm7:30pm
Location: 
Room 108, New York Public Library, Main Branch

Periodically Speaking at the New York Public Library hosts The Common. Join editor Jennifer Acker in conversation with (and readings by): Brook Wilensky-Lanford; Maura Candela; and Angela Veronica Wong.
Periodically Speaking is “a reading series providing a major venue for emerging writers to present their work while emphasizing the diversity of America’s literary magazines and the magazine collections of The New York Public Library.” Find more information about Periodically Speaking here.
Head to the main branch of the Library and enter at 5th Ave (betwixt the famous lions). Once you’re in the lobby, take a left and walk all the way to the end of the hallway—we’ll be in the last room on the left (Room 108).
Admission is free.

Writing Real Places in a Virtual World: The Common at NYPL

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