Issue #13

Line Break #13: Saturday, November 4, 2017, 3:00 p.m.

Line Break Reading Series
Saturday, November 4, 2017, 3:00-4:30 p.m.
Hosted by William Shunn

Q.E.D. - A Place to Show & Tell
27-16 23rd Avenue
Astoria, NY 11105

Admission $7. Beer, wine and snacks available.

Peter Bryce
Peter Bryce is an attorney and essayist. Prior to law school, he ran an underground cardroom and casino in a Washington D.C. loftspace. According to numerous sources, he is able to control the outcome of games of chance with his mind.

Austin Grossman
Austin Grossman is a novelist and game designer. His novels include Crooked, YOU, and Soon I Will Be Invincible, which was nominated for the 2007 John Sargent Sr. First Novel Prize. His major game credits include Ultima Underworld 2, System Shock, Trespasser, Deus Ex, Epic Mickey, Dishonored, and Dishonored 2.

Matthew Kressel
Matthew Kressel is a multiple Nebula Award finalist and World Fantasy Award finalist. His first novel, King of Shards, was hailed as "majestic, resonant, reality-twisting madness" by NPR Books. He co-hosts the Fantastic Fiction at KGB reading series with Ellen Datlow.

Sam J. Miller
Sam J. Miller is the author of The Art of Starving and the forthcoming Blackfish City. His stories have been nominated for the Nebula, World Fantasy, and Theodore Sturgeon Awards, and have appeared in over a dozen "year's best" anthologies.

David Mills
Legendary poet David Mills is the author of The Dream Detective and The Sudden Country. He lived for three years in Langston Hughes' landmark Harlem home and performs a one-person show of Hughes' work. His poems have appeared in Ploughshares, Jubilat, Callaloo and Brooklyn Rail, to name a few.

Kem Joy Ukwu
Kem Joy Ukwu is the author of numerous short stories. Her collection manuscript, Locked Gray/Linked Blue, was selected as a finalist for the 2016 New American Fiction Prize. The same collection is forthcoming from Brain Mill Press in February 2018.

Line Break #13: Saturday, November 4, 2017, 3:00 p.m.

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Line Break is an eclectic monthly reading series showcasing a mix of fiction, poetry and essays. We are currently on hiatus.