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Molasses Books

770 Hart St. (between Knickerbocker and Wilson avenues), Brooklyn, NY 11237

631-882-5188

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    It's a reading Nate and Amira are the hosts They've booked writers they admire Those writers read their own work But the work has to have laughs, fucking, or misery in it. Or two or three of those Caroline Cahill’s poetry has appeared in Hayden’s Ferry Review and Copper Nickel. Her nonfiction has …

    It's a reading

    Nate and Amira are the hosts

    They've booked writers they admire

    Those writers read their own work

    But the work has to have laughs, fucking, or misery in it. Or two or three of those

    Caroline Cahill’s poetry has appeared in Hayden’s Ferry Review and Copper Nickel. Her nonfiction has appeared in The Tusk and American Bicyclist. She earned an MFA in Creative Writing from VCU in 2011 and was the recipient of a partial fellowship/work exchange grant at the Vermont Studio Center in February 2013.

    Olivia Mardwig is a writer from NYC. @omardwig for instacreeping

    Jerad W. Alexander is a New York-based writer focusing on politics, history, war, and American culture with works published in Rolling Stone, Esquire, Narratively, Ozy, and elsewhere. He is also a graduate student at New York University’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute literary reportage program. A list of works can be found at www.jeradalexander.com. He can be followed at @jerad_alexander

    Nate Waggoner has had work in Electric Literature, Barrelhouse, Columbia Journal, Shipwreck's "Loose Lips" anthology and elsewhere

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