09.23.13 Literary Mischief – Slash Coleman @227

Literary Mischief w/ Slash Coleman | Loft227

On September 23rd, author and storytelling sensation Slash Coleman (PBS producer and author of “The Bohemian Love Diaries”) kicks off this 2013 – 2014 Season @Loft227  w/ Literary Mischief: Love Triangles and 22 Other Reasons To Have Sex. Slash will host an evening of inspired literary mischief with three of NYC’s most eclectic Jewish authors presenting stories from their latest or upcoming books, compelling, offbeat interviews with the writers with time to spare for Q&A and stimulating conversation.  http://www.slashcoleman.com/

Tickets in Advance, $8. At the Door $10.

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*** ABOUT THE AUTHORS***

Diana Spechler is the author of the novels “Who By Fire” and “Skinny” and has published stories in the New York Times, GQ, the Wall Street Journal, Esquire, Paris Review, and elsewhere. She is also a six-time Moth StorySLAM winner. More at: http://www.dianaspechler.com/

Mara Altman has worked as a staff writer for The Village Voice and written three best-selling Kindle Singles including “Bearded Lady” and “Sparkle.” HarperCollins published Altman’s first book, “Thanks For Coming: A Young Woman’s Quest for an Orgasm,” which was optioned as a comedy series by HBO and translated into three languages. More at: http://maraaltman.com/

Joanna Hershon is the author of four novels: “Swimming,” “The Outside of August,” “The German Bride” and “A Dual Inheritance.” She’s an adjunct assistant professor in the Creative Writing department at Columbia University. More at: http://www.joannahershon.com/

*** IN THE PRESS ***

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Literary Mischief @Loft227 | Slash Coleman | Broadwayworld.com

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