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Red Hen Press Author's Night at I AM BOOKS with Dennis Must, Ellen Meeropol, and Kathline Carr - Boston, MA

  • I AM BOOKS 189 North Street Boston, MA, 02113 United States (map)

Join Brittany Ackerman, Dennis Must, Ellen Meeropol, and Kathline Carr will be reading works of literature at I AM BOOKS, Boston. Join them at this one time event on Friday, April 12, at 6 p.m. Brittany Ackerman will read and discuss her collection of essays The Perpetual Motion Machine alongside fellow Red Hen Press authors for a night of literary conversation.

Dennis Must is the author of three novels: Brother Carnival (Red Hen Press, December 2018), The World’s Smallest Bible (Red Hen Press, March 2014) and Hush Now, Don’t Explain (Coffeetown Press, October 2014); plus three short story collections: Going Dark (Coffeetown Press 2016), Oh, Don’t Ask Why (Red Hen Press 2007) and Banjo Grease (Creative Arts Book Company, 2000). He won the 2014 Dactyl Foundation Literary Fiction Award for Hush Now, Don’t Explain, and The World’s Smallest Bible was a 2014 USA Best Book Award Finalist in the Literary Fiction category. His plays have been produced off-off-Broadway and he has been published in numerous anthologies and literary journals. He resides with his wife in Salem, Massachusetts.

Ellen Meeropol is the author of three novels, Kinship of Clover (named a Great Group Reads for 2017 by the Women’s National Book Association), On Hurricane Island (honored as a Must-Read for 2016 by the Massachusetts Center for the Book) and House Arrest. Her fourth novel, Her Sister’s Tattoo, is forthcoming in 2020. Recent essay publications include The Boston Globe, The Writer, Guernica, The Cleaver, and The Writers Chronicle. She is a founder and former Board president of Straw Dog Writers Guild.

Kathline Carr, writer and visual artist, is the author of Miraculum Monstrum, (Red Hen Press 2017), winner of the 2015 Clarissa Dalloway Book Prize (AROHO) and finalist for American Book Fest's Best Book Award in the category of Fiction: Cross Genre. Carr's work has appeared in many publications, including CalyxAlexandria Quarterly, Connecticut ReviewEntropyYew Journal; she has exhibited widely in New England, New York City, and Canada, and is represented by Fountain Street Gallery in Boston, MA. Carr received her BFA in Creative Writing from Goddard College, VT with concentrations in visual art and feminist philosophy, an MFA in Visual Arts from The Art Institute of Boston. She lives in the Berkshires.