A friendly reminder:

The Nervous Breakdown’s Literary Experience, NYC will soon be bloomin’!

Mark your calendars now for Friday, March 26th for readings from your favorite TNB writers, centered around the theme: GROWING PAINS!!

The details:


Friday, March 26, 2010
Happy Ending Lounge
302 Broome Street

Doors open: 7:00pm
Program begins: 8:00pm

Cover: FREE*!!

Featuring readings from:

–> UCHE OGBUJI
–> KRISTEN ELDE
–> JASON RICE
–> PETER SCHWARTZ
–> TOD GOLDBERG
–> DANIEL ROBERTS
AND
–> LAURA WALDON

Plus cocktails, games, prizes and general carousing!

*$5.00 gently suggested donation – proceeds support future events.

 

Thanks all!

-Kimberly M. Wetherll

TNBLE-NYC Organatrix

 

 

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KIMBERLY M. WETHERELL Kimberly's many and varied lives have included actor, stage manager, opera and film director, producer, writer, and restaurateur. She only has three lives left and she's not going to waste a single one of them. The first Arts & Culture Editor for TNB and creator of the TNB Literary Experience, Kimberly has been published by Rizzoli in the book Brooklyn Bar Bites, CRAFT Magazine, The Mighty, and SMITH Magazine, among others. She co-founded the food and drink reading and storytelling series DISH at Housing Works Bookstore Cafe in New York City and she's working on multiple projects including her debut novel, several screenplays, and a documentary about female film editors. She thanks you for stopping by and sitting a spell.

4 responses to “The Nervous Breakdown’s Literary Experience at Happy Ending Lounge in New York City – 03.26.10”

  1. Uche Ogbuji says:

    In the Happiest End of New York,
    There, between the champagne and the cork
    The theme “growing pains”
    Effervesces the brains,
    And explains to the Mindy the Mork.

    Looking forward to meeting some TNBers. I’ll be reading “Growing up Misfit,” thereafter to appear on our dear site.

  2. The show at Happy Ending tonight was amazing! Thank you so much for bringing such great writers together. We laughed, we awed, we cringed (crazy uncle Chuck)…and we’re so glad we did.
    Thanks again,

    Alexandrea & Siddhartha

  3. Uche Ogbuji says:

    Alexandrea & Siddhartha,

    And thank you. It was my pleasure to find such a bright and engaged audience. And the best thing about having gone first per the lottery is that I got to enjoy the rest of the readings without the distraction of nerves.

  4. Judy Prince says:

    Uche—-tell us everything!! Will a video be coming to TNB?

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