Mr B at Mo Pitkin’s on Avenue A

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10/31/2006

34 Avenue A, NYC NY

Neighborhood: Manhattan

MR. BELLER’S NEIGHBORHOOD READING SERIES CONTINUING MARCH 11 AT MO PITKIN’S HOUSE OF SATSIFACTION!

The Webby Award-nominated website Mr. Beller’s Neighborhood has published stories with an autobiographical as well as geographical focus since 2000. In that spirit, the site takes over a space at Mo Pitkin’s the 2nd Sunday of every month.

Readers on March 11 are Kate Angus, Denise Campbell, and Joseph E. Scalia. The reading begins at 8:00 pm.

Kate Angus’s poetry and prose have appeared most recently in North American Review and Confluence. She has just returned to New York from a semester as the Writer in Residence at Interlochen Arts Academy in Northern Michigan.

Denise Campbell’s work has appeared on Mr. Beller’s Neighborhood since 2002. She is a graduate of the Columbia University School of General Studies Writing Program and is currently attending graduate school at Temple University, where her emphasis is on the African-American novel.

Joseph E. Scalia is the author of two novels, FREAKs and Pearl, and one short story collection, No Strings Attached. Brooklyn Family Scenes, a collection of short stories and poems, will be published by Tawny Girl Press this year. Joseph has taught junior and senior high for the last 33 years.

Mo Pitkin’s House of Satisfaction is located at 34 Avenue A between Second and Third Streets. The event is free and open to the public.

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