Nobody Promised You a Bed

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And nobody promised you any hamburgers either. You weren’t promised much of anything, which is why you should be thankful for any crumbs you might get. However, we can promise you a fantastic night of readings next Wednesday, March 2, when The Disagreement presents, “Here’s good news if you have to sleep on the floor …” in the back room of The Hi-Fi Bar. We’ll start around 8.

With:

Jill Capewell is a writer and copy editor living in Brooklyn. Her writing has appeared on Joyland, Paper Darts, The Billfold and Nerve. She also co-curates and -hosts the long-running Pete’s Reading Series in Williamsburg.

Lynn Steger Strong‘s novel, HOLD STILL, will be published by Liveright/Norton in March 2016. She lives in Brooklyn with her family.

Meredith Turits works in editorial at The Foundry at Time Inc. and as fiction editor for The Brooklyn Quarterly, and is the former senior literary editor at Bustle. Her culture writing and fiction has appeared in Vanity Fair, ELLE, The Paris Review Daily, the New Republic, Hobart, Joyland, Five Quarterly, and more. She is currently at work on a novel. Find her in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn or at @meredithturits.

Paula Bomer is the author of Inside Madeleine, the novel Nine Months, and the collection, Baby and Other Stories. Her forthcoming book on Christina Stead’s The Man Who Loved Children is due out late 2016.

 

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