Annual Fiction Reading- Wednesday, January 6 7pm.
Annual Fiction Reading
The 3rd Annual Fiction Reading will take place on Wednesday, January 6 at 7pm via Zoom. (Meeting ID: 81927985753).
This year we are featuring readings from three accomplished authors:
Kevin Carey is the author of a chapbook of fiction, The Beach People (Red Bird Chapbooks) and three books of poetry from Cavan Kerry Press, The One Fifteen to Penn Station, Jesus Was a Homeboy, which was selected as an Honor Book for the 2017 Paterson Poetry Prize, and the recently released Set in Stone (2020). Kevin is also a filmmaker and playwright. His latest documentary film, Unburying Malcolm Miller, about a deceased Salem, MA poet, premiered at the Mass Poetry Festival in 2016 and his latest stage play “The Stand or Sal is Dead” a murder mystery comedy, premiered in Newburyport, MA. at The Actor’s Studio in June of 2018. Kevin’s fiction has been chosen for Best of the Net Anthology and selected for the story South Million Writers Award. Murder in the Marsh from Darkstroke Books, his first crime novel, was released in October of 2020. Kevin is also co-editor of Molecule: A Tiny Lit Mag. Kevincareywriter.com George Drew is a prolific poet, essayist and book reviewer. His short stories have been published in Yankee Magazine, Easy Street, and Valley Voices. His many awards include “The Adirondack Literary Award,” “The Bucks County Muse Award,” and the 2010 “X.J. Kennedy Poetry Prize.” An essay on George appears in Mississippi Poets: A Literary Guide, University of Mississippi Press, by Catharine Savage Brosman. Brian Petkash’s award-winning stories have appeared in Midwestern Gothic and Southword, among other publications. Mistakes by the Lake, a collection of Cleveland-centric stories published by Madville Publishing, is out now. Born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio, Brian currently lives in Tampa, Florida, where he remains an avid fan of Cleveland sports.