Next Sackett Street Reading Is 5/20 at BookCourt

Sackett Street Writers’ Workshop
Wed May 20, 7:00PM

Julia Fierro

Nicole Haroutunian
Kaitlyn Greenidge
Robert Levy

On the Docket:
Book Signing

Author Bio(s):

Nicole Haroutunian’s short story collection, Speed Dreaming​ was published by Little A in March. Her story “Youse” won the 2013 Center for Fiction short story contest. She has a book blog called Our Books Are Better Than We Are and co-edits the digital journal Underwater New York. She received her MFA in Creative Writing from Sarah Lawrence College. Nicole works as a contractual museum educator and teaching artist at the American Folk Art Museum, the Museum of Modern Art, the Morgan Library and Museum and Symphony Space. A Sackett Street alum, Nicole lives in Queens.

Kaitlyn Greenidge is originally from Boston. She’s a graduate of Hunter College’s MFA program and has received fellowships from Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, and Fortnight Journal. Her work has appeared in The Believer, American Short Fiction, At Length Magazine, Afrobeat Journal, Green Mountains Review and The Feminist Wire, and been reprinted in The Believer’s collection Always Apprentices. Her debut novel is forthcoming from Algonquin Press.​ She teaches fiction writing at The Sackett Street Writers’ Workshop.

​Robert Levy is an author of unsettling stories and plays whose work has been seen Off-Broadway. A Harvard graduate subsequently trained as a forensic psychologist, his work has been called “frank and funny” (Time Magazine), “idiosyncratic and disarming” (The New York Times), “ambitious and clever” (Variety), “smart” (The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction) and “bloody brave” (the UK’s SFX Magazine). His first novel, the contemporary dark fairy tale​ ​The Glittering World, ​was published worldwide ​in February by Gallery/Simon & Schuster.


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