Truth & Dare
Van Lier Fellows 2005

The Workshop’s open mic series continues…bring your poems, rants, monologues, diary entries, blog downloads, op/eds, guitars, magic acts. Put your name in a hat to see if you’re lucky enough to score 4 minutes at the mic. Featuring readings and performances from VL Fellows N. Rain Noe and Timothy Mullaney.

Tim Mullaney graduated from Northwestern University’s Creative Writing for the Media program, and he is the winner of the 2001 T. Stephen May Award for Excellence in Scriptwriting. He penned the short play Close Your Eyes, a full-length piece entitled What to Say, and his short fiction has been published in the Washington Square Review.

N. Rain Noe is a NYC-based industrial designer and freelance writer. He has written film reviews, social commentary and design criticism for magazines in the US and abroad. Noe is the author of Love in a 10-block Radius, the urban dating column on AsianAvenue.com, and is currently developing a column for GenerationRice.com.

Funded by the Edward and Sally Van Lier Fund at the New York Community Trust.

7pm at the Workshop, $5 suggested donation. Please RSVP at 212.494.0061.

Truth & Dare

Van Lier Fellows 2005
Friday, September 23, 2005
7:00 PM
$0.00
Asian American Writers’ Workshop
16 West 32nd Street, 10th Floor
New York NY 10001
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