Revue Recap: August 16- Jessica Comola, Tim Earley, Sabrina Orah Mark, Thayer Sarrano

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Jessica Comola and Tim Earley visited from Oxford, MS. Sabrina Orah Mark and Thayer Sarrano represented Athens. They all rocked!

Thanks to Bart Lemahieu for audio, Beth Hall Thrasher for the design, & to Janet, Rachel, and all of Avid for hosting.

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Saturday, August 16, New Town Revue with Sabrina Orah Mark, Tim Earley, Jessica Comola, with music by Thayer Sarrano

NTRAug2014 Sabrina Orah Mark is the author of the poetry collections The Babies and Tsim Tsum. Her poems and stories have recently appeared or are forthcoming in American Short Fiction, B O D Y, The Believer, The Collagist, Black Warrior Review, and in the anthology My Mother She Killed Me, My Father He Ate Me: Forty New Fairy Tales. She lives in Athens, Georgia with her husband, Reginald McKnight, and their two sons.

Jessica Comola is from Austin, Texas. She is the author of the chapbook, What Kind of Howly Divine (Horse Less Press, 2014). Her work has appeared in Anti-, Smoking Glue Gun, Booat, Everyday Genius, EOAGH, E-ratio, and Painted Bride Quarterly. She lives, teaches, and co-hosts the Trobar Ric Reading Series in Oxford, Mississippi.
Tim Earley is the author of the poetry collections, Boondoggle, The Spooking of Mavens, and Poems Descriptive of Rural Life and Scenery (Horse Less Press, 2014), as well as a limited edition chapbook, Catfish Poems (Delete Press, 2013). His poems have appeared in Chicago Review, Colorado Review, jubilat, Caketrain, Dreginald, Bestoned, New Orleans Review, and many other journals and anthologies. He teaches for Ole Miss Online and the Fine Arts Work Center’s Online Writing Program and co-hosts the Trobar Ric Reading Series in Oxford, Mississippi.

Thanks to Beth Hall Thrasher of Thrasher Photo and Design for our flyer. <3!

Revue Recap: Jeff Jackson, Megan McShea, & Jim Wilson

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The March New Town Revue with Megan McShea, Jeff Jackson, & Jim Wilson (plus Jason Trahan and Peter Urchick) rocked our world! Special thanks to NTR intern Erin Cheatham for promotion and photography, to Beth Hall Thrasher for our gorgeous flyer, … Continue reading

New Town Revue Double Fiction Extravaganza recap

Every New Town Revue astounds us, and February 8th’s was no exception. We had quite a crowd this time for our double fiction extravaganza.

imagejpeg_2Scott Daughtridge, curator of the Atlanta reading series Lost in the Letters, started the evening off with a variety of innovative shorts…

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Then Melanie Morgan of Between Naybors played us some songs…

 

 

Gabrielle Fuentes of UGA’s creative writing PhD finished the evening with a delightful story.imagejpeg_4

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Afterwards, people hung out and talked about books!

Super thanks to our graphic designer, Beth Hall Thrasher, our social media savant, Erin Cheatham, our audio engineer, Bart Lemahieu…

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Janet, Frankie, Rachel, and everyone else at Avid Bookshop in Athens, GA….

…and to you.  We adore you!

Listen to the whole thing below…