Scenes and Sounds from Glitterbox Theater

Mike Lambert and Charlie Brown emcee

For the first time, with thanks to Mindy Mastruserio for some great photographs (Aether Erebus Photography) and Glitterbox Theater, we’re able to share some images and audio from our ninth reading and celebration of our eighth issue of AHHR. We love bringing together Pittsburgh-based writers, folks we were able to publish in the review, and members of our writing workshop. This time we were happy to welcome Angele Ellis and John Menesieni of Six Gallery Press, Emily Kiernan from the workshop, William Repass from the journal, and Tom Sweterlitsch who just celebrated the release of his second novel, The Gone World. We’d like to thank everyone who came out and supported After Happy Hour Review! Enjoy!

 

Ellis Reading
Angele Ellis’s latest book, Under the Kaufmann’s Clock: Fiction, Poems, and Photographs of Pittsburgh, with photos by Rebecca Clever (Six Gallery Press), is a hybrid bloody valentine to her adopted city. She also is author of Spared (A Main Street Rag Editors’ Choice Chapbook) and Arab on Radar (Six Gallery), whose poems won her a fellowship from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts. She is a contributing editor to Al Jadid Magazine.
John M
John Thomas Menesini is the author of The Last Great Glass Meat Million (Six Gallery Press, 2003), e pit ap h (Convergence, 2007), endo: Poems & Sketches 2007 – 2011 (Six Gallery Press, 2011), and Gloom Hearts & Opioids (Six Gallery Press, 2015). His poems have appeared in numerous publications in Ireland, Scotland, England, and the US, thus garnering dozens of fans across the globe.
Kiernan
Emily Kiernan is the author of a novel, Great Divide (Unsolicited Press). Her work has appeared in American Short Fiction, Pank, The Collagist, Redivider, and other journals. She is a prose editor at Noemi Press and a fiction editor at Rivet: The Journal of Writing that Risks. More information can be found at emilykiernan.com.

Repass
William Repass lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and works as a projectionist and film librarian. His work has appeared in, or is forthcoming from, Bennington Review, Denver Quarterly, Hobart, Small Po[r]tions, and elsewhere.  We were happy to publish “Got Milk Anymore?” in Issue 8.

Sweterlitsch Reading
Tom Sweterlitsch was born in Iowa and grew up in Ohio. His first novel, Tomorrow and Tomorrow was published in 2014. He has co-written several short films with Director Neill Blomkamp for Oats Studios including Rakka, Firebase, and Zygote. Before becoming a writer, he worked for the Carnegie Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped for twelve years. His new novel, The Gone World, is due out in February from Putnam Books. Tom lives in Pittsburgh with his wife and daughter.
Audience
Picture of a wonderful audience.

 

Image Credits | Mindy Mastruserio | Aether Erebus Photography

 

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