Neighborhood: 3 Bleecker Street


At Von on November 7 at 7:30


Von is located at 3 Bleecker Street: phone: 212 473 3039


Author Thomas Beller founded in 2000. The site has been publishing non-fiction stories that take place in New York City for 20 years—slices of life, portraits of memorable characters, scandalous encounters, and works of memoir. Contributors include professional writers and others who write out of passion.  

Readers on November 7th are Rachel Cline, Angel Eduardo, Jacob Margolies, JB McGeever, Mai Tran, and Kaarin Von.

Rachel Cline is the author of the novels What to Keep, My Liar, and (The Question Authority), which is set in Brooklyn Heights, where Rachel grew up and now lives, again. 

Angel Eduardo is a writer, musician, photographer, and graphic designer in New York City. He holds an MFA in Creative Writing from CUNY Hunter College and is working on a book-length memoir. More of his work can be found at

Jacob Margolies is the Managing Editor of Mr. Beller’s Neighborhood. He is a journalist reporting on American culture and politics for The Yomiuri Shimbun, Japan’s largest newspaper. 

J Bryan McGeever essays have been published in The New York Times,  Newsday, and The Christian Science Monitor, with fiction in The Southampton Review, Confrontation, and Hampton Shorts. His essay collection, Small Rooms and Others was published this month by Unsolicited Press. 

Mai Tran is a recent graduate of NYU, and is currently waitressing and living in Brooklyn. She writes nonfiction to publicly flame her exes, and fiction because she is a compulsive liar. You can find her on Twitter @maiittran.

Kaarin Von is an entrepreneur in New York’s bar and restaurant business, and spends down-time behind the bar writing. She is the co-founder of Bowery Gothic, a ghost-story reading series at Von Bar, and its companion literary journal. She lives in Manhattan with her husband, daughter, two black cats, and a Sicilian rescue dog.

For more information contact: Jacob Margolies at  

Directions: Nearest subway is 6 train at Bleecker Street or  D, F, or M at Broadway-Lafayette 

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