LIVE from Philly…

Image Source: Apiary MagazineI’m excited to be part of a terrific program on Monday, March 30: LIVE at the Writers House, featuring local Philadelphia YA authors. I’ll be reading with Eric Smith (Inked), Katherine Locke (Second Position), Lauren Saft (Those Girls), I.W. Gregorio (None of the Above), and Tiffany Schmidt (Hold Me Like a Breath), with musical guest Birdie Bush.

The event is open to the public and will be recorded live for WXPN 88.5FM at Kelly Writers House’s Arts Cafe, University of Pennsylvania, 3805 Locust Walk, Philadelphia. RSVP at Facebook.

I’ll probably have a few copies of The Silence of Six on hand for sale, and I’m happy to sign books!

LIVE at the Writers House is one-hour broadcast of spoken-word art, poetry, and song hosted by Michaela Majoun of XPN’s Morning Show and produced by Alli Katz six times a year, with support from BigRoc. It looks like this episode will be #111, one of my favorite numbers! If you can’t be there in person, you can listen to it on the radio or stream it later online.

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