Literary Firsts – July 19, 2010

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Literary Firsts, July 2010

Literary Firsts, July 2010, designed by Randolph Pfaff

Jeannie Greeley

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Jeannie Greeley is a vegan delight.

Jeannie Greeley is Stuff Boston’s relationship and humor columnist. She has sniffed out foot fetish conferences, snuggled up with strangers at cuddle parties, measured the decline of B-cup bras, and even infiltrated the New England Patriots’ cheerleader tryouts in the name of responsible journalism. Her writing has appeared in the Boston Globe, the Boston Phoenix, and on MTV’s LOGO.

Jeannie is the essayist for the July 19 reading.

Paul Myette

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Paul Myette is your great white whale.

Paul Myette, a recent contributor to our literary journal, apt, teaches high school and writes whenever he can find the time.  He is a graduate of the Bread Loaf School of English and lives in Byfield, Massachusetts with his wife and his daughter.

Paul is the fiction writer for the July 19 reading.

Nate Pritts

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Nate Pritts is a precarious tower of babble.

Nate Pritts is the author of three full-length books of poems:  The Wonderfull Yeare, Honorary Astronaut, & Sensational Spectacular.  He teaches gifted students online through Johns Hopkins University’s Center for Talented Youth and is the founder and principal editor of the literary journal, H_NGM_N.

Nate is the poet for the July 19 reading.

Vincent Scarpa

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Vincent Scarpa is the bite to your bark.

Vincent Scarpa is pursuing his BFA in Writing, Literature, and Publishing from Emerson College. His play, Hostage, was put on by Quiet Hours Theater in Boston this spring, and his work will soon appear in Gee I See, Thread, and Girls With Insurance. He writes for and Performer.

Vincent is the confessional writer for the July 19 reading.

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