John Colasacco reads from his debut novel, ANTIGOLF. In Colasacco’s world, everything is suspect and mysteries become like posters adorning the walls of a childhood bedroom. Colasacco has fearlessly created a pseudo-fabulist world where our most mundane routines are meticulously inverted, where anything final is merely the onset of a new beginning.
Maggie Queeney reads and writes inside a pink house in Chicago. Her work has recently appeared in Southern Poetry Review, The Southeast Review, and Handsome, among other publications. She is a contributing editor for The Offending Adam.
Originally from southern Indiana, James Neisen is a poet and fiction writer, with his work most recently published in The Louisville Review. He has also worked collaboratively to write and produce short films. James has a B.A. in Creative Writing from Vanderbilt University, an M.F.A. from Syracuse University, and is now enrolled in the M.A. English program at DePaul University. He is currently writing his thesis on Samuel Beckett and also working on a novel.