Friday, February 18, 2011

Stories on Stage founder Valerie Fioravanti Reads at Luna’s Saturday; Stories on Stage program for 2/25

Valerie Fioravanti will be reading at Luna's (1414 16th St) this Saturday, February 19th, at 7PM. Open mike begins at 5:30PM. Works-in-Progress from Zoe Keithley's Story Workshop begins at 6PM.


Stories on Stage features short fiction read by actors on the final Friday of the month. 

On Friday, February 25th, Cynthia Mitchell Speakman will read Gina Mulligan's "The Slingback" and Rick Cook will read Skip Horack's "The Redfish." Skip Horack is the author of the novel The Eden Hunter & the story collection The Southern Cross (both will be available for purchase and signing).  

Our chef, Mat Fischer, will return to serve an appetizer before the performance begins, in (continued) celebration of our second year. Stories on Stage regular
Victoria Goldblatt will guest host.

Sacramento Poetry Center
1719 25th Street
(Between Q & R)
Donation: $5

Performance begins at 7:30PM.

Doors open at 7PM.

Skip Horack was born and raised in Louisiana and attended Florida State University. His work has appeared in Oxford American, Epoch, The Southern Review, Narrative Magazine, and elsewhere. Horack is currently a Jones Lecturer at Stanford, where he was also a Wallace Stegner Fellow.

Gina Mulligan's nonfiction has appeared in Ladies' Home Journal, Home and Garden, AAA, and PC Computing. She has won awards in the 2009 and 2004 Abilene Writer's Guild Contests; received the 2007 SDSU Writer's Conference Submission Award; and was a 1994 Golden Poet Award recipient. Gina's agent is working on selling her first novel, From Across the Room.

We will continue to raffle books donated by our Featured authors in support of our series. Raffles are $2. Stories on Stage also has t-shirts available for purchase for $15. Sales benefit our "Pay the Artists" fund.

Stories on Stage happily accepts wine donations. To express our appreciation, we'll offer you a free raffle ticket. Thank you for supporting Stories on Stage. The upcoming year will be a literary feast!

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