Blood Jet Reading Series
Tia Clark's fiction has appeared in Kenyon Review, American Short Fiction, The Offing and elsewhere. She has received fellowships and awards from the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, the Lambda Literary Foundation, The Elizabeth George Foundation, and the Wisconsin Institute for Creative Writing. A native New Yorker, she lives in New Orleans.
Marc Elias Keller grew up around Philadelphia and studied anthropology at the University of Pennsylvania. He's been publishing short fiction as well as essays since 2001 and has been featured in New Pop Lit, Pif, Literary Orphans, Every Day Fiction, and other literary magazines. In 2019, his short story "Kind of Poor" was a finalist in the New Orleans Public Library Writing Contest. His novel, Strange Case of Mr. Bodkin and Father Whitechapel, a re-imagining of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, came out in 2012. He's been living in New Orleans for four years and has taught creative writing classes at the New Orleans Academy of Fine Arts.
Open mic with limited slots to follow the features. (Come early to sign up!)
Hosted by Tom Andes