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Sunday, April 09, 2006

SMALL SPIRAL NOTEBOOK CELEBRATES THE BIG 5 AND ISSUE 3 PARTY!

*Literary journal Small Spiral Notebook celebrates five years of publication and the release of issue three, now available in newsstands nationwide. The celebration bash will take place on April 27, 2006 at Happy Ending Lounge, located at 302 Broome Street, Between Forsyth Street and Eldridge Streets, New York, 10002. Publisher & Founding Editor Felicia C. Sullivan will host a spectacular evening of readings from both the online and print issues, as well as the musical stylings of Summer Pierre, and an exhibition of Michael Paige Glover’s prints, Thursday, April 27, from 7:00 – 10:00pm.

Readers include SSN Contributors Elissa Schappell, Todd Zuniga, Joshua Mandelbaum, Idra Novey, Joan Biddle & Michelle Wildgen. Performances by indie recording artist Summer Pierre & an exhibition of Michael Paige Glover's prints.

SMALL SPIRAL NOTEBOOK 5-YEAR BIRTHDAY BASH/ISSUE 3 RELEASE PARTY @ HAPPY ENDING LOUNGE, 302 Broome Street. $10 Entry Free (includes a complimentary copy of Issue 3)


Since its launch in 2001, the quarterly online/biannual print literary journal Small Spiral Notebook (www.smallspiralnotebook.com) has attracted a loyal readership for its poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction – not to mention for its interviews with authors such as Aimee Bender, Phillip Gourevitch, Kate Braverman, Nicole Krauss, and Jonathan Ames. Small Spiral Notebook has been featured in The New York Times, Flavorpill NY, Utne, Web Del Sol, New Pages, Poets & Writers, The Miami Herald, The L.A. Times (brief mention), Verse Daily, among many other publications and web logs. Small Spiral Notebook’s contributors have been recognized in the Best American Mystery Series, storysouth’s Million Writer’s Award (2004, 2005), been reprinted in Utne & Verse Daily, among other anthologies. Publisher Felicia C. Sullivan has spoken on panels for Small Press Month and AWP, among many other speaking engagements. And with a global readership of over 15,000 unique visitors per month, people are talking!

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