March 17 – Reading: Wridding / When the Winds Hit Heavy

Martha Cooper _Keith Haring

Wridding / When the Winds Hit Heavy : The Remix Presentation
In a hybrid experiment composed of textual, visual, and audio elements and fragments, two writers call, respond, dialog, echo, and argue across their respective novels.
Nikolina Nedeljkov is a reader / writer / scholar whose interest is centered around the creation-remix nexus as a source of storytelling and critical / creative remapping of cultural realities.  In the light of peaceful/peaceable resistance to oppression, the remix is the postfuturist hi-fi response against noise, and in the service of disambiguated communication. Doctorate degree obtained from the PhD Program in English, Graduate Center, CUNY. Critical / creative pieces appear on LIES/ISLE; kill author; 3:AM; in Cultural Studies, Education, and Youth: Beyond Schools; Genero; Pennsylvania Literary Journal; and Anamesa: An Interdisciplinary Journal. The novel Wridding published by Lulu.com in 2014. Blog: https://www.blogger.com/home.
David Breitkopf has toggled between writing and tennis his entire life, though there was that five-year foray into standup comedy. He has worked as a reporter and editor for a number of daily newspapers. His fiction was most recently published in Hobo Pancakes, Scissors & Spackle, Wilderness House Literary Review, and Two Hawks Quarterly. He recently completed a novel called When the Winds Hit Heavy. His website is davidbreitkopf.com.

Reading: Wridding / When the Winds Hit Heavy
Thursday, March 17, 2016
7-9pm
Word Up Community Bookshop/Librería Comunitaria
2
113 Amsterdam Ave. (at 165 St.)
New York, NY

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