FLAPPERHOUSE Reading #7, In Pictures

We’d like to stir a big bubbling cauldron of gratitude for everyone who helped make Reading #7 such a bewitching evening: Kailey, Mary, Shawn, Darley, Dorothy, Ilana, Ron and Luis for performing your flappy lits; Pacific Standard for continuing to be the best bar in all of New York to host a reading; Alibi Jones for your scintillating singing & lovely photography; and all you gorgeous cats & kittens who came down to get spellbound. Let’s do this again, say, around the next Solstice…

(photos by Alibi Jones)

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Kailey Tedesco reads some of her magical poetry, including “How Often We Confuse Ovens for Rabbit Holes”

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Mary Breaden keeps the witchy vibe alive with some spooky short fiction

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Shawn Frazier gets surreal performing a dreamy new tale

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Darley Stewart reads her deliciously twisted story “The Last of Scott”

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The late Dorothy Parker works through a ghastly case of the rams to read some old & new poems

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Ilana Masad reads a riveting short story based on some lesser-known chapters in Dorothy Parker’s biography

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Ron Kolm recites “The Bust,” a true-crime story from his days at The Strand bookstore

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All the way from Houston, Luis Galindo performs some of his kick-ass poetry, including “The Prince of Darkness is cool, like Toshiro Mifune”

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