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Thursday, July 7, 6.00 to 8.00 p.m., at HyperText Bookstore Cafe, 107 Merrimack St. Free and open to all.
This program is part of the Downtown First Thursdays arts and business series.
Short fiction, long fiction, nonfiction, poetry, the whole literary bag. Writers reading: Walter Bacigalupo, author of “A Trip Down Salem Street”; Kate Hanson Foster, author of “Mid Drift” with work in “California Quarterly” and “Poet Lore”; Stephen O’Connor, author of “Smokestack Lightning,” “The Spy in the City of Books,” and “The Witch at Rivermouth”; David Moloney, former editor of “The Offering” magazine at UMass Lowell and currently in the MFA Program in Writing (Fiction) at Southern New Hampshire University; Kassie Rubico, an essayist now writing a memoir, whose work has appeared in “Chicken Soup for the Soul” and “Parnassus Literary Journal,” as well as in “River Muse: Tales of Lowell and the Merrimack Valley”; and Paul Marion, the author of “What Is the City?” and “Mill Power” and editor of Jack Kerouac’s “Atop an Underwood: Early Stories and Other Writings.”
PLUS A COUPLE OF SURPRISES.
COME ON DOWN!
Thanks to HyperText for sponsoring this event.