LitCrawl 2011/Dirty Laundry! The Launderette on Second Avenue was packed, as you can see from the photo below:
credit: nytimes/Jake Sugarman
We got some love from the local arm of the New York Times, too. I read a flash piece titled Sacrifices, which appears below. But before that, some more pictures. Big thanks to my wife for taking these great photos and also editing my story.
On September 10, LitCrawl will be happening all around downtown NYC, and I’ll be doing my small part. Dirty Laundry, the great reading series that takes place in various laundromats, will be on at 6pm that evening:
Dirty Laundry: Remains of the Stain
September 10, 2011, 6:00 PM
Launderette (All Ages)
97 2nd Ave
Dirty Laundry: Loads of Prose
Emily Rubin, author of Stalina, will host “Remains of the Stain”, writings about dribbles, spills and other moments of lust and panic. Ten writers read short shorts inspired by memorable stains. Hear how a lipstick stain inspired a novel, and more.