You Are Cordially Invited . . .

Please join us this week for the March 2012 installment of
FREERANGE NONFICTION
Wednesday, March 7th at PIANOS NYC (158 Ludlow)
Doors open at 7 p.m.
Admission: $8 includes free raffle ticket
Hosted by Freerange Founder & Mommabird, Mira Ptacin

FEATURING:

CHLOE CALDWELL
TARA CLANCY
HOGAN GORMAN
TEDDY WAYNE

about the authors:

CHLOE CALDWELL: a nonfiction writer living in upstate New York. Her first book of essays: Legs Get Led Astray, will be released by Future Tense Books in April of 2012. She writes a column for The Faster Times called “Love & Music.” Her essays have appeared in The Rumpus, Chronogram, The Frisky, The Sun Magazine, Jewcy, Mr. Beller’s Neighborhood, Vol 1. Brooklyn & Freerange Nonfiction.

TARA CLANCY: Tara Clancy has written and performed several full-length monologues at various Off-Off Broadway theaters, including Channel Rat, her solo show in the NY Fringe Festival. Her writing has appeared in the New York Times. And she is a Moth StorySLAM winner. Tara is a third-generation bartender and native New Yorker. Originally from Queens, she now lives in Manhattan with her wife and son. http://www.taraclancy.com/

HOGAN GORMAN: author of “Hot Cripple” (Penguin 2012). Based on her one woman show called “Hot Cripple”, which I won the Outstanding Actor Award at the NYC Fringe Festival, “Hot Cripple” is Hogan’s true story about being the blue-eyed, blond model/actress who became the unlikely poster girl for the plight of the poor and uninsured in America after she was struck by a car in New York City street in 2004. Of Hogan’s book, Rachel Dratch said, “Hogan Gorman’s story will make you furious, it will make you incredulous, and it will also make you laugh your ass off,” and Salman Rushdie called it, “a smart, tough and very funny book.”

TEDDY WAYNE: Teddy Wayne is the author of the novel Kapitoil (Harper Perennial) and is the recipient of a 2011 Whiting Writers’ Award and an NEA Creative Writing Fellowship, and was the 2011 PEN/Robert W. Bingham Prize runner-up and a finalist for the 2011 New York Public Library Young Lions Fiction Award and the 2011 Dayton Literary Peace Prize. He is a graduate of Harvard and Washington University in St. Louis, where he taught fiction and creative nonfiction writing. His work has appeared in The New Yorker, the New York Times, Vanity Fair, Time, Esquire, McSweeney’s, the Wall Street Journal, and elsewhere. He lives in New York.