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April 29 - May 6

Regional Writers Showcase

 

April 29, 2019 at 7:00pm

Something Else by Maria Brandt  

Something Else is set in the not-too-distant future where A.I.s exist. Rachel wonders if she has caused her A.I.s processor to malfunction by only uploading the memories she wanted to retain. Can she face her painful past in order to move on from her trauma?

 

May 6, 2019 at 7:00pm

Solitude by Carolyn Kourofsky AND Free Coffee and Donuts by Melinda Gros

Solitude is the story of Edith Bone, a doctor and journalist who is unjustly accused of being a British spy in 1949 Hungary. In solitary confinement for seven years, she must find a way to answer the question how not to despair.

 

Free Coffee and Donuts follows ChiChi, a homeless gourmand panhandling meals on a subway platform. She runs into a newly employed woman from a shelter, contacts her high school pal’s radio call-in show, then meets a pregnant woman who desperately needs a job. All of these women make a case for the dignity of their lives, and challenge ChiChi to find pride in her own.

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