Konundrum Engine Literary Review Reading to Benefit the Doe Fund

Thursday January 22, 2004

7-9pm, Admission: Suggested Donation for the Doe Fund

at Rififi (formerly Cinema Classics)

332 E. 11th Street  (between 1st and 2nd Avenue)

New York, NY


The Konundrum Engine Literary Review presents a reading on Thursday January 22, 7pm at Rififi. Featured readers include the hilarious and notorious Jonathan Ames, acclaimed writer John Haskell, promising debut author Nelly Reifler, and the swashbuckling, emergent team of playwright Dennis Diclaudio and actor Michael Ewing.


Voluntary donations at the event will benefit the Doe Fund, a homeless-to-work training shelter.


Below are the bios for the line-up:


Jonathan Ames is the author of I Pass Like Night, The Extra Man, What's Not To Love?, and My Less Than Secret Life. His new novel, Wake Up, Sir!, will be published by Scribner in 2004.


Dennis Diclaudio is an editor of Parenthetical Note and Ducky Magazine.


Michael J. Ewing has appeared in numerous regional theater productions, fringe festivals, commercials, and short independent films. He is also the host/curator of the Tuesday night Reading Series at Barbès in Brooklyn, and is an editor at Parenthetical Note.


John Haskell was born and raised in California. He founded the Huron Theater in Chicago, where he began performing his own writing. His book of stories, I Am Not Jackson Pollock, was published by Farrar, Straus and Giroux.


Nelly Reifler is the author of the short story collection See Through, recently published by Simon & Schuster.


James Trimarco is a graduate student in Cultural Anthropology at CUNY. He likes the banjo.


Hosted by founding editor Pitchaya Sudbanthad.




Please link to the event at http://lit.konundrum.com/KELRreading0104.htm