Sensitive Skin magazine presents Beer Virus Reading #9, featuring work by:
– J. Macon King (SF) 2:45
– Francine Witte (NYC) 19:29
– Ron Kolm (NYC) 35:58
JOHN MACON KING is a writer, poet, and publisher of Mill Valley Literary Review. John is reading from his debut novel Circus of the Sun: set in 1979 San Francisco’s cultural, sexual and political maelstrom. The setup: Volatile young musician Jack falls for the incandescent, liberated artist Bretta, and her creative entourage, until the return of her Paganini-esque lover reveals disturbing secrets.
FRANCINE WITTE is a poet, flash fiction writer, and playwright. She has had work in Sensitive Skin, Passages North, Cream City Review, Mid-American Review and many others. Her latest books are a poetry book, The Theory of Flesh, from Kelsay Books, a flash fiction collection, Dressed All Wrong for This from Blue Light Press, and a novella, The Way of the Wind, from Ad Hoc Fiction. She lives in New York City and on twitter @francinewitte.
RON KOLM is a contributing editor of Sensitive Skin magazine. Ron is the author of Suburban Ambush, Divine Comedy, Night Shift, A Change in the Weather and Welcome to the Barbecue. He’s had work in Brownstone Poets, Great Weather for Media, Maintenant, Live Mag!, Local Knowledge and The Outlaw Bible of American Poetry.Ron’s papers are archived in the NYU library.
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