February 5th, 7pm
At the Douglass Street Composer's Collective
295 Douglass St. (between 3rd and 4th Aves.) Map
in Brooklyn (2 blocks from the Union St. stop on the R train)
Prepare to laugh, cry and eat cheese!
Nancy Rawlinson is a writer, editor, teacher and coach. She has an MFA from Columbia University and has been awarded several writing residencies and fellowships. She runs her own writing workshops, is a contributing editor for Guernica magazine and writes a writing advice column for The Faster Times.
Deirdre Sinnott is a memoirist and speaker who reveals the disturbing truths, outrageous behavior, and humbling circumstances that taught her how to survive. She splits her time between New York City and the Catskill Mountains.
Lily White is a saxophone player, composer and writer from Illinois. She currently lives with her husband, and her daughter in Brooklyn, NY. She divides her time between practicing, performing and re-learning how to ice skate with her daughter.
Comedian and writer Emily Epstein has been trapped in a self-cleaning toilet and has stitches from a treadmill accident. She performs all around New York City and the Northeast, (not to mention a boat in the middle of the Yangtze River in China). She has been a comedian in the New York Underground Comedy Festival and was on Good Morning America. Her writing has been featured in such publications as Travelistic.com, Gawker.com, and the Hartford Courant.
"I am thankful for laughter, except when milk comes out of my nose."--Woody Allen