Saturday, September 22, 2007


"When I think of this city where I was born and raised, this Manhattan that Whitman sang of, a blind, white rage licks my guts. New York! The white prisons, the sidewalks swarming with maggots, the breadlines, the opium joints that are built like palaces, the kikes that are there, the lepers, the thugs, and above all, the ennui, the monotony of faces, streets, legs, houses, skyscrapers, meals, posters, jobs, crimes, loves. A whole city erected over a hollow pit of nothingness. Meaningless. Absolutely meaningless. And Forty-second Street! The top of the world, they call it. Where's the bottom then?"

Know where this quote comes from? Come to Kenny's on the 29th and find out. It's a rare opportunity to hear some of the east coast's newest writers on the cutting edge. Come. Be a part of the enclave.

Saturday, September 29th 3:30-6:30 PM
Kenny's Castaways, 157 Bleecker Street, 212-979-9762

JARED HOHL is from Donnellson, Iowa. His fiction has appeared in the anthology The Apocalypse Reader (Thunder's MouthPress) and is forthcoming in The Agriculture Reader and in Dutch translation in the Belgian literary magazine Deus Ex Machina.

STEVEN KARL received his MFA from the New School and lives in Brooklyn. He has poems, reviews, and articles in
or forthcoming from Sawbuck, Knock, Real Poetik, Teachers & Writers Magazine, Lit online and

SCOTT GEIGER's fiction has appeared in LCRW, Conjunctions, and the 2007 Pushcart Prize anthology. Otherwise, he's a member of Architecture Research Office.

JAMES FREED's writing has appeared in The New York Times. Originally he is from Philadelphia, but now he lives in Queens where he teaches writing at LaGuardia Community College. He is a founding member of The Enclave.

Free and open to the public (though donations are encouraged)
Coordinated by The Enclave Writers Association
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