Photos and videos from July 18, 2011

July 22nd, 2011 § 0 comments § permalink

Those of you who weren’t able to make it to Monday’s reading can now catch up on what you missed–videos! Those of you who were there can relive it and remember the parts we left unrecorded.

And, for everyone else, photos:

Josh Cook

Josh Cook reads his fiction.

Michael Lynch

Michael Lynch reads his poems.

Meg Stone

Meg Stone reads excerpt from her memoir, Another Chance at Home.

Steven Lee Beeber

Steven Lee Beeber reads his confessional essay.

Thanks to Josh, Meg, Michael, and Steven for reading and to the crowd for always being so appreciative.

News on the October reading is on the way!

Meg Stone

June 17th, 2011 § 0 comments § permalink

Meg Stone is self-actualization.

Meg Stone is the Director of IMPACT, a Boston-area abuse prevention and self-defense organization. In her memoir, Another Chance at Home: A Story of Domestic Violence Work, Meg writes about the struggles, joys, and contradictions of activism to create change in the most intimate parts of our lives. Publications include Ms., Bitch, and American Journal of Nursing blogs, J Journal, and the anthologies I Do/I Don’t: Queers on Marriage and Pinned Down by Pronouns.

Meg is the essayist for the July 18 reading.

Another gorgeous flyer from Randolph Pfaff

June 6th, 2011 § 0 comments § permalink

Randolph has once again delivered a lovely image to accompany our next reading. Check it out below and be there in July for the next Literary Firsts. As the image shows, it’s going to be a blast.

The next Literary Firsts date is set!

May 13th, 2011 § 0 comments § permalink

It’s hard to believe that almost a month has already passed since the last Literary Firsts, but that means there’s only two more months until the next reading.

You won’t want to miss it when Josh Cook reads his fiction, Michael Lynch shares his poetry, Meg Stone reads selections from her memoir, and Steven Lee Beeber trusts us with his confessional reading.

Join us at 7pm on Monday, July 18 at the Middlesex Lounge. It promises to be a grand evening.

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