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    Young Lions Reading: John Jodzio, Matthew Salesses, Kevin Fanning & Daphne Kalotay

    Presented by at Arts at the Armory

    November 1, 2010


    Young Lions Reading: John Jodzio, Matthew Salesses, Kevin Fanning & Daphne Kalotay

    Join us at Arts at the Armory on November 1st at 7pm for a night of wonderfully hilarious and devastatingly poignant stories from these shiningly bright up-and-comers.

    John Jodzio reads from his new collection of short stories If You Lived Here You'd Already Be Home. Haven't heard of Jodzio? Here's what Chuck Klosterman had to say about him: "John Jodzio is the best kind of modern fiction writer: a thematic traditionalist who feels totally new."

    Jodzio is joined by local authors Matthew Salesses, Kevin Fanning and Daphne Kalotay.

    Matthew Salesses is the author of Our Island of Epidemics (PANK, 2010) and The Last Repatriate (Flatmancrooked, forthcoming). His stories have appeared in Glimmer Train, Witness, American Short Fiction, The Literary Review, Pleiades, and others. He earned his MFA from Emerson College, where he edited Redivider, and currently writes a column for The Goo.d Men Project Magazine.

    Kevin Fanning’s writing has appeared in such places as The Morning News, Diagram, Delve, Eyeshot, WordRiot, and Monkeybicycle. His story collections include Jennifer Love Hewitt Times Infinity, The Location Scout, and How I Learned To Love You From So Far Away. He lives with his family in Cambridge, MA and can be found online at kevinfanning.com.

    Daphne Kalotay is the author of the newly published novel Russian Winter (HarperCollins 2010), which was a finalist for the James Jones First Novel Fellowship and is forthcoming in sixteen translated editions. Her fiction collection Calamity and Other Stories (Doubleday 2005) was a Poets & Writers “Notable Book” and short-listed for the 2005 Story Prize. A recipient of fellowships from the Christopher Isherwood Foundation, the MacDowell Colony, and Yaddo, Daphne lives in Brookline, Massachusetts.

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