Mr. Beller’s Neighborhood Reading, September 23 At Happy Ending

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09/16/2011

Neighborhood: Lower East Side, News

MR. BELLER’S NEIGHBORHOOD READING SERIES
HAPPY ENDING in the Lower East Side
Friday, September 23, 8:00 PM

A Free Evening of Non-Fiction In The Lower East Side.

Reading on September 23 will be:

 - Bear Patrol 

 It Is Easy To Speak Chinese

 - Farrell’s

 - Spanked 

The host is  - Hung Out

About The Readers…

 Lily Shen works at Columbia University, where she has taken several creative writing classes and is earning a certificate in conservation and environmental sustainability. She has previously been published in The West Side Spirit, a weekly newspaper, and mrbellersneighborhood.com. Her hobbies include painting, photography, and performing in improv comedy shows.
 
Rob Williams is a mercenary copywriter and copy editor who currently lives above a meat market in the East Village. You can find more of his stories at www.itmustbebobby.com.
 
Nathaniel Page is a California writer who lives in Brooklyn.
 
Ken Nolan is a lawyer who has always lived in Brooklyn.
 
Connor Gaudet has not always lived in Brooklyn but does now with his girlfriend who grew up in Brooklyn, moved to Manhattan for a little while, but is now back in Brooklyn. He is managing editor of Mr. Beller’s Neighborhood.
 
Happy Ending is located at 302 Broome Street in the Lower East Side. The phone number is 212.334.9676. www.happyendinglounge.com
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