There, four of the city's best unknown writers will read short, previously unpublished fiction, vying for the ultimate approval of our panel of judges: Distinguished Spokesjudge Ben Greenman, Electric Literature cofounder Andy Hunter, literary agent Katherine Fausset, the New School's Luis Jaramillo, HarperCollins and Fifty-Two Stories' Cal Morgan, and the L's Adam Bonislawski.
And for you—for everyone, really. For humanity—there'll be dollar beers. (As you know, because you clicked through the title of this post.) Dollar Heineken drafts, starting at 7pm and continuing through 8pm. So we'll expect to see you there, supporting new writing and cheap beer, without which there would be no new writing.
There, a handful of talented, unknown New York City writers will read their previously unpublished shorts, for the approval of our distinguished judges and the deliction of a warm-hearted and drunken audience of discerning NYC literati (so, you). We hope to see you there.
And, if you want to submit, the guidelines are here.