March 25 – Is That an Empanada in Your Pocket or Are You Happy to See Me?

11021244_897384440292166_540574725216313756_nAbigail Ekue and Jeff Musillo will be reading from their respective books, along with a book signing and author talk that will also include a Q&A and discussion addressing sex and sexuality. This event is open to adults 21 and older. It is a sex-positive environment open to all genders and orientations.

Free empanadas will be available while supplies last — Meat pies and dirtybooks. Great way to spend your hump day!


Abigail Ekue is a New York-based writer. Her interest in biology, anatomy, physiology, health, fitness, psychology and sociology fuels her writing. She is a NATA Certified Athletic Trainer with a B.S. in Sport Sciences. Her written work and insight have been included in AskMen, Maxim Magazine, San Francisco Chronicle, VICE, Sensheant Magazine, Clutch Magazine, AM New York, and SheKnows covering sex, dating, body image, feminism and marriage. Abigail Ekue has participated in numerous literary readings and erotic events sharing selections from her published work. She also writes personal essays and erotic non-fiction and has facilitated an erotic writing workshop. More information and the author’s full bio can be found on

Jeff Musillo is a published poet and novelist as well as a visual artist who works both on canvas and in digital format. He has had exhibits throughout New York and his artwork was featured in the film The Heart Machine. His work in literature includes the novel, The Ease of Access, the poetry chapbook, Can You See That Sound, and the narrative non-fiction, Snapshot Americana. His work has also been published extensively online.

Is That an Empanada in Your Pocket or Are You Happy to See Me?Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Word Up Community Bookshop/Librería Comunitaria.
113 Amsterdam ave, (at 165 st)
New York, NY


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