SSN Contributor Richard Grayson reads Nov. 27 in NYC!
Don't miss: Nov. 27 at Mo Pitkins House of Satisfaction in Manhattan on Avenue A between 2nd and 3rd Streets. Two
writers, Richard Grayson and Dominic Preziosi, will be reading the terrific stories we're publishing in Avery. Afterwards, you can pre-order the anthology, which will be out around 12.15.06!
A bit more on the authors:
Richard Grayson is the author of the story collections With Hitler in New York, Lincoln's Doctor's Dog, I Brake for Delmore Schwartz, I Survived Caracas Traffic, The Silicon Valley Diet, Highly Irregular Stories and And to Think That He Kissed Him
on Lorimer Street. A retired lawyer and teacher, he lives in Brooklyn and Phoenix. His website is www.richardgrayson.com.
Dominic Preziosi lives in Brooklyn, NY. His fiction has appeared in print and online in numerous publications, including The Beloit Fiction Journal, The Brooklyn Review, ItalianAmericana, and The Furnace Review; his articles have appeared in The Writer Magazine and elsewhere.
For more info on Avery, you can go to www.averyanthology.org.