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Big Blue Marble in Philly

Saturday, January 30, 7:00 p.m. 

Reading with Amanda Miska, Sara Lippmann, and Susan Rukeyser.

Big Blue Marble welcomes Amada Miska, editor of Split Lip Magazine, for a night of startlingly original poetry and fiction with friends Sara Lippmann and Susan Rukeyser. 
Amanda Miska is Editor-in-Chief of Split Lip Magazine and Publisher of Split Lip Press. She received her MFA in Creative Writing from American University. Her fiction and nonfiction have been published in jmww, Storychord, Five Quarterly, matchbook, Atticus Review, decomP, The Manifest Station, the Prairie Schooner blog, The Rumpus, and elsewhere. She lives and writes in the suburbs of Philadelphia, but you can find her online athttp://www.amandamiska.com/.Sara Lippman received a BA from Brown and an MFA from The New School. She has written for national magazines, taught college English, and currently co-hosts the Sunday Salon, a monthly reading series at Jimmy's 43 in New York's East Village. Her stories have been pub…

olive witch

Olive Witch Book Launch in Dhaka, Bangladesh!30 January 2016 at EMK Center, Dhanmondi, 7pm
Posted by Abeer Hoque on Tuesday, January 19, 2016

thanks, David!

coming soon from Matt Peters's Beating Windward Press

signed copy of single stroke seven

Arthur Nersesian

When people are young, they are inclined to see the world in absolutes. Young writers want to MAKE IT AS A WRITER, or they are LOSERS. To me success is a daily task. At best it varies from book to book, and though it would be nice to have security, at very least, these precarious conditions do make life interesting. I won’t deny that for most, this is a tough life. You really have to want it, but it can be rewarding.

 ~~ Arthur Nersesian, from "Words from the Wise"