Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Story/Stereo

Friday, September 18

The Writer's Center
Lefcowitz Theatre
4508 Walsh Street
Bethesda, MD

7:30pm - 9:30pm



Poet Suzanne Frischkorn reads her first full-length book, Lit Windowpane. She is joined by Neil Smith, who reads from Bang Crunch, his debut collection of short stories. Howard Norman will introduce the emerging writers.

Suzanne Frischkorn is the author of five chapbooks, including American Flamingo (2008), and Spring Tide, selected by Mary Oliver for the Aldrich Poetry Award (2005).

Neil Smith is a Montreal writer and one of Knopf's 2007 New Face of Fiction authors.
Smith has won an honorable mention at the National Magazine Awards, first prize at the Eden Mills Writers’ Festival, and was nominated for the Journey Prize three times.

The Roofwalkers will release their self-titled debut album on August 25. Haunting the streets of our nation’s capital, this sextet crafts intricate and atmospheric guitar driven pop and rock, with narcotic melodies and subtle arrangements that win you over while you’re not looking. Before changing their name from PAGODA to ROOFWALKERS, the band released both an LP (Dearly Departed) and an EP (Seven Nights), the latter of which was named as one of the Top 10 Favorite Local Albums of 2006 by the Washington Post. The new album is the first under the new moniker. Hear them
here.
Hope to see you there!

6 comments:

Ivy said...

Yay! Break a line, Suzanne! :-D

Suzanne said...

Thanks, Ivy! xo

Sheryl said...

Have fun! Wish I could be there.

Suzanne said...

Thanks, Sheryl! I had a great time, this reading series R O C K S!

xo

Pam Hart said...

Tell more!

Suzanne said...

More soon...