Brooklyn Reading Works in partnership with Words After War Presents: Writing War: A Special Veteran’s Day reading with writers of fiction and memoir who served in Iraq and Afghanistan at The Old Stone House/Washington Park.
This year’s writers are: Mariette Kalinowski, Lisbeth Prifogle ,Nate Bethea, Adrian Bonenberger, Eric Nelson, Jacob Sotak and Nebojsa “Vic” Zlatanovic. LTC Peter Molin will host.
For the fourth year, Brookyn Reading Works is the proud host of this important event. Past readings have included 2014 National Book Award finalist Phil Klay, author of the acclaimed book of short stories Redeployment, Roy Scranton, Matt Gallagher, Jake Sigal, Maurice Decauland host Peter Catapano, editor of Home Fires in The New York Times.
What: Brooklyn Reading Works in partnership with Words After War Presents:
Writing War: A Special Veteran’s Day reading with writers of fiction and memoir who served in Iraq and Afghanistan.
When: On Veterans Day, November 11, 2014 at 8PM
Where: The Old Stone House, 336 Third Street, Brooklyn, NY 11215 F train to Fourth Avenue, R Train to Union Street
What else: Suggested donation $10. Refreshments
Words After War is dedicated to building a community of thoughtful, engaged and skilled veteran writers. Through high-quality literary programming, they provide veterans, their families and civilian supporters with the tools they need to tell their stories.
The Old Stone House/Washington Park is on the site of the first, and largest conflict of the American Revolution, A Historic House Trust of New York City site, OSH commemorates the Vechte-Cortelyou House’s unique place in Brooklyn and American history.
Brooklyn Reading Works is a monthly thematic reading series presenting emerging and established authors. Produced by Louise Crawford and now in its tenth year, popular BRW events include Edgy Moms, Writing War, New Plays by Brooklyn Playwrights, Funny Pages, Brooklyn Book Festival Book End.