Thursday, November 08, 2007

The Return of The Loudest Voice

On Sunday, November 25th wake yourself from your tryptophan coma and join us at the Mountain Bar for the triumphant return of The Loudest Voice.

Trinie Dalton lives in Los Angeles. She is author of Wide Eyed (Akashic), A Unicorn Is Born (Abrams), and co-editor of Dear New Girl or Whatever Your Name Is (McSweeney's), an art book based on confiscated high school notes. As a journalist, she writes about music, art, and film. She has an MFA from Bennington Writing Seminars and teaches fiction writing at various colleges.

Katherine Karlin's fiction has appeared in North American Review, ZYZZYVA, Other Voices and elsewhere. She won a 2007 Pushcart Prize for her short story "Bye-Bye Larry." A PhD candidate in the Program for Literature and Creative Writing at the University of Southern
California, she has contributed over 60 theater reviews and arts features to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and the Los Angeles Daily News.

Jeff Solomon has an MFA from UC--Irvine and is a doctoral student in English and Gender Studies at the University of Southern California. His most recent publications include the short story "Best Friend" in Harrington Gay Men's Literary Quarterly and the article "Young, Effeminate, and Strange: Early Photographic Portraits of Truman Capote" in Studies in Gender and Sexuality.

See you there!