Other Literary Events: Patricia Eakins to Read with Harold Jaffe in the Heights in March

Sunday Best curator Patricia Eakins will be reading her work at two literary events in Washington Heights this March. On both occasions, she will be joined by Harold Jaffe, editor of Fiction International and a reader at the Sunday Best Reading Series during the 2009-2010 season.

Patricia Eakins, curator of the Sunday Best Reading Series

The first event, Crisis: Writing in Wartime, will take place at Word Up Community Bookshop on Saturday, March 24 at 7PM. For those who have not yet had the pleasure of visiting Northern Manhattan’s community bookstore, Word Up is located on Broadway at West 176th Street. Take the A train to 175th Street or the 1 train to 181st Street. Admission to this event is free.

Author Harold Jaffe

The second event, Stories and Anti-Stories, is scheduled as part of Northern Manhattan’s newest literary reading series, The Local Word at Le Chéile, the Irish pub that is rapidly becoming one of the neighborhood’s hottest cultural hubs.  Stories and Anti-Stories will take place on Tuesday, March 27 from 8PM to 10 PM and will also feature the music of guitarist Charles Ramsey, who performed at the Sunday Best Reading Series last spring. Le Chéile is located on the northwest corner of West 181st Street and Cabrini Boulevard. There is no cover for this event.

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