Echo Detained Book Release Party
Thursday, October 18, 2007 — 7-8:30pm
@ The Fat Black Pussycat
Fractious Press author Joshua Daniel Cochran is having a book release party for Echo Detained. Come join us!
Fractious Press authors and [SIC] contributors are having a reading!
Tuesday, October 30, 2007 — 7:30pm
@ Perch Café
Joshua Daniel Cochran’s writing has appeared in various publications over the years, including a forthcoming piece in Argestes. He currently teaches creative writing and composition at the City College of New York. His first novel, Echo Detained, has just been published with Fractious Press.
Sarah Beck is a freelance journalist and fiction writer. Her work has appeared in [SIC] literary journal, Sauce Magazine, The Manhattan Times, The Nso Voice, and most recently on onepagestories.com. She teaches writing at the City College of New York.
James Dawson is completing his MFA at the City College of New York. He lives in Manhattan with his wife, Ruby, and a dog, Sadie. He is a founding editor of [SIC] and is working on a novel about Long Island civil servants.
Liz Byer is a 25-year-old writer living in Clinton Hill. She works in children’s book production at HarperCollins and is the music editor and a regular contributor to the Canadian fashion journal Worn. Her work is forthcoming in Fractious Files #1.
215 Festival: Lovingly Bound — Philadelphia, PA
Saturday, October 6, 2007 — 12-5pm
@ the Latvian Society
Fractious will be tabling here.
Lovingly Bound: a small press and book art fair
"Lovingly Bound is one of the many exciting literary events that are a part of the 215 Festival, Philadelphia’s annual celebration of books, art, indie publishing and music that takes place each fall in venues all over the city."
2007 festival performers include David Amram (jazz musician), Cornbread (legendary Philly tagger), Joyce Johnson (memoirist, muse), Jeff Lewis (comic book artist, musician), Sean McKnight (filmmaker), Jon Naar (veteran photographer), Beth Nixon (puppet-maker, palindromist), Ted Passon (artist, curator), Dito Van Reigersberg (performer), and Penny Vlagopaulos (Beat scholar).
More information: www.215festival.com