A Mingle with 2019 Whiting Literary Magazine Prize Winners
The Common, Black Warrior Review, American Short Fiction, The Margins, and The Offing
A Mingle with 2019 Whiting Literary Magazine Prize Winners

Free drinks and snacks while they last!

Come out for drinks, snacks, and a short program of literary divination hosted by Whiting Literary Magazine Prize winners The Common, Black Warrior Review, American Short Fiction, The Margins (Asian American Writers Workshop), and The Offing. Contributing authors will attempt to answer your deepest and most heartfelt questions about love, money, and the future by citing lines from their work. Stick around to mingle with the evening’s prognosticators and editors from these very fine literary journals.

THIS IS AN OFFICIAL BROOKLYN BOOK FESTIVAL BOOKEND EVENT.

Location:
LIC Bar
45-58 Vernon Blvd, Long Island City, NY 11101

A Mingle with 2019 Whiting Literary Magazine Prize Winners

The Common, Black Warrior Review, American Short Fiction, The Margins, and The Offing
Thursday, September 19, 2019
6:00 PM
$0.00
LIC Bar
45-58 Vernon BLVD
Long Island City NY 11101
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