I’ll be reading my flash piece for PEN/Guernica on May 17, Saturday, at BookCourt. The event is part of Lit Crawl Brooklyn, and it’ll run from 6:15pm until 7pm. Here’s the 411:
An Evening with Guernica & PEN America
BookCourt (All Ages)
163 Court Street
In celebration of the PEN/Guernica Flash Fiction Series, an evening of literary debauchery. Featuring flash fiction readings by Mira Jacob, Kaitlyn Greenidge, Sung Woo, and special surprise guests.
Lit Crawl is a fantastic event, so please come on by.
Featured on PEN’s website this week is a flash short fiction piece of mine, titled “1950”:
Here’s an excerpt:
“This is where you’re staying?” Piggy asked.
A moment ago, I’d liked our house, but now all I could see was the odd gap at the bottom of the front door, like a sneer.
“We have to leave tomorrow anyway, so who cares,” I said.
“Your dad said it’d be more like a week.”
I kicked an oblong stone near my right foot, and it spun away like a helicopter blade.
“We have three bedrooms,” I said.
Piggy smiled. “Ours has four.”