Friday, March 11

atomic - april 3rd

I just sent out the PR for Atomic on April 3rd. Thought I'd share it with y'all.

Atomic: The Reading Series with Something for Everyone
Curated and Hosted by Cheryl B.

Sunday April 3, 7p.m.
April's Features:
* Janice Erlbaum
* Sara Seinberg
* Elizabeth Whitney
* Steve Caratzas

Lucky 13 Saloon
273 13th St. (at 5th Ave.)
Park Slope, Brooklyn

Reader Bios:

STEVE CARATZAS is a writer, musician, and visual artist living in Park Slope, Brooklyn. His poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in Unlikely Stories, Can We Have Our Ball Back?, The Fifth Street Review, Surgery of Modern Warfare, sidereality and the tiny. He is the editor of the online journal, and is currently completing an MFA at the New School

JANICE ERLBAUM has been writing for BUST magazine for the past ten years, and now
she's written a book called either CRASH or GIRLBOMB, her publisher hasn't decided
yet. Either way, the subtitle is, "A Halfway Homeless Memoir," and it's coming out next January from Villard. You can find her online at

SARA SEINBERG is an artist and writer living in brooklyn with a handsome dog called
gus. She has performed with legendary spoken word circus sister spit, been published
in lots of anthologies, quit smoking on several occasions, and has always held Sabrina up as the most important of Charlie's Angels. Her next solo art show, I Am Willing to Leave You, will debut in Providence, RI in 2005.

ELIZABETH WHITNEY should have been cast as the original wonder girl, but she didn't
have an agent at the time. So she got busy making performance commentary on gender,
popular culture, and the importance of honing one's amazonian abilities. Her new
show "Wonder Woman The Musical" will be produced at The Duplex Cabaret every Wednesday this April at 7 p.m. by the fabulous TOSOS II. More information is available at

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