A sky-full of thank-yous to everyone who helped make our 25th reading such a heavenly evening: Karisma, Carly, Monica, and Khaholi for performing your flappy lits; Alibi for your scintillating singing and photography; Pacific Standard for the always-gracious hospitality; and all you lovers & dreamers who came to hear our voices.
Let’s do this again on All Hallows’ Eve…
[photos by Alibi Jones]
Karisma Price performs poetry about family, Greek mythology, and James Booker
Carly Joy Miller recites poems of desire from her new book Ceremonial
Joseph P. O’Brien reads a new children’s story, “The Dog Who Played Dead During the National Anthem”
Monica Lewis shares a new “Game of Thrones”-inspired poem
Khaholi Bailey reads “New Names,” a story about identity, religion, and Madonna
Alibi Jones leaves the nightlight on inside the birdhouse in your soul
Join us as Wednesday night, 9/26, at Brooklyn’s Pacific Standard as we filibuster vigilantly and celebrate the flight of our Fall 2018 issue with our 25th reading!
CARLY JOY MILLER
the late MATT CHRISTOPHER
Admission is FREE, and you can buy copies of our new issue for the special reading price of $5. We’ll also be fundraising for RAICES to help provide legal assistance to underserved immigrant families.
Facebook event page here.
This month, your patronage of FLAPPERHOUSE will do even more than just support indie lit weirdos… throughout September 2018, we’ll be donating 50% of our sales to RAICES, to help provide legal assistance to underserved immigrant families.
So if you buy any subscriptions or books or zines (like our forthcoming Fall 2018 issue, currently available for pre-order), we’ll donate half that money to RAICES. (To learn more about the cause, check out RAICESTexas.org.)
In addition, we’ll be taking donations for RAICES at our September 26 reading, which is part of Reading for RAICES, a collaborative fundraiser of over 20 NYC-area reading series:
Thanks to Katie Rainey & Devin Kelly of the Dead Rabbits, and everyone else who’s been organizing Reading for RAICES– and we hope you’ll help us all help some folks who’ll really need it this Fall…