Laura Hemphill reads Buying In with Teddy Wayne

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Thursday, December 19th, 2013 | 2,040 views

Teddy Wayne and Laura Hemphill discuss her new novel Buying In at the Strand

Laura Hemphill read from her debut novel Buying In (November 2013) at The Strand and then had a conversation with Teddy Wayne. Wayne is the author of two novels, The Love Song of Johnny Valentine (February 2013) and Kapitol (2012).

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Jason Fagone’s Ingenious Looks at X-Prize Cars

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Thursday, December 12th, 2013 | 11,410 views

Jason Fagone presenting some of the history of cars

Writer Jason Fagone was at Powerhouse Arena presenting his new book, Ingenious, a look at several teams chasing the hundred-mile-per-gallon-car X Prize challenge. Along with Fagone was X Prize contestant Kevin Smith of Illuminati Motor Works. Smith brought his entry, the Illuminati Motor Works 7. The car has since received a slightly updated body.

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Kevin Sampsell Reads This is Between Us

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Wednesday, December 4th, 2013 | 1,974 views

Kevin Smapsell reads at BookCourt in Brooklyn from his new Novel This is Between Us

Kevin Sampsell read from his new novel This Is Between Us (October 2013) at BookCourt (He reads at WORD on Friday, December 6th in an event hosted by Vol 1. Brooklyn). He is also the author of the memoir A Common Pornography (2010) and Creamy Bullets (2008), a story collection.

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Some of You Should Go, Others Should Stay, Miniature Lady Liberty Statues for All

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Tuesday, December 3rd, 2013 | 3,215 views

Emily Gould

To leave, or not to leave New York City is a question suddenly in the literati’s zeitgeist. Talk of leaving New York City began either in 1968 with the publication of Joan Didion’s essay “Goodbye to All That” or in October with the publication of a collection of essays Goodbye to All That: Writers on Loving and Leaving New York. The collection was edited by Sari Botton and immediately joined the conversation with a launch party at Powerhouse Arena.

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The Problem with HIV-Prevention

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Monday, December 2nd, 2013 | 1,663 views

In the semester before entering Grad School, I worked as a youth mentor for an HIV/AIDS organization in downtown New York City. This position required outreach, fieldwork, knowledge, and comfort within queer communities of color, as well as group facilitation (all of which were within my wheelhouse). The organization’s mission was one I could easily […]

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