It's our last show of 2014 - and we've got four great stories to bring the year to a close with - featuring cold war paranoia, volcano interruptions, trips home for the holidays, and underground home financing strategies...
Fantasy Givers by Jennifer Sears
read by Jennifer Farrugia
My Life Atomic by J. D. Petersen
read by Richard Flight
Ruption by Sarah Evans
read by E James Ford
The Armistice by Christopher Green
read by Rebecca Mills
Make sure you mark down Wednesday, 3rd December at 7pm at KGB Bar in your diaries - it's going to be a great end of year show! As ever, we'll be bringing you our prize-bearing literary quiz, and once again, hearth-warming seasonal treats!
Look forward to seeing you all there!
Jennifer Sears’ fiction publications include Ninth Letter, Fence, Barrelhouse, and Sequestrum, and are forthcoming in Fiction International and Witness. She has received awards from the Millay Colony for Arts, the Mid-Atlantic Arts Foundation, the Money for Women Fund, and George Mason University. In addition to many years of teaching yoga and dance, she currently teaches English at New York City College of Technology and can frequently be seen picking apart sentences on the subway.
J. D. Petersen is a Danish writer and freelance journalist living in Copenhagen. His short stories draw inspiration from the human condition and the absurdities of life. He writes a regular column for the Danish magazine SCENARIO (in both Danish and English), published by Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies. His fiction has appeared in the British literary journal Litro.
Sarah Evans has had dozens of stories published in magazines, competition anthologies and online. Highlights include: appearing in the 2008 Bridport anthology; having several stories published in the acclaimed Unthology series; and winning a competition run by Spoken Ink who also recorded her story. Her stories have been performed at events in Faversham, UK and by Liars’ League Hong Kong. She recently won the inaugural Winston Fletcher Prize with her story ‘Acclimatising.’
Christopher Green is a recent New York transplant from Cincinnati, currently residing in Brooklyn with two roommates and at least four mice. He holds both a BA and MA in English, helping him to reach his ultimate goal of raising underemployment to an art form. His stories have appeared in several journals and magazines such as Burner, The MacGuffin, and The Ampersand Review, and he publishes pieces bi-weekly with ImageCurve.com. He is also currently seeking representation for a novel, which is sort of about vampires but not really and it's kind of a whole big thing and maybe he just shouldn't have brought it up.