Please come to The Word Barn on Friday, September 21 for a Silo Series Reading featuring 3 Powerful Voices — Sherrie Flick, Rebecca Hennessy, and Guy Capecelatro.
Reading begins at 7; doors at 6:30
$5 suggested donation
Sherrie Flick is the author of the novel Reconsidering Happiness (Univ. of Nebraska Press) and two short story collections Whiskey, Etc.–named a Foreword INDIES bronze award winner for best story collection and an Entropy Best Fiction Book of 2016–and Thank Your Lucky Stars (2018), both out with Autumn House Press. Her stories also appear in W.W. Norton’s Flash Fiction Forward, New Sudden Fiction, and New Micro. She teaches in the MFA and Food Studies programs at Chatham University and serves as series editor for The Best Small Fictions 2018 anthology.
(Photo credit: Heather Mull)
Rebecca Hennessy writes poetry, short fiction and essay. She is a garlic farmer, small business owner, and mother. Rebecca and her family live in Portsmouth, NH.
Guy Capecelatro III is a prolific musician and writer whose short stories and poems have appeared in The Quarterly, Quarterly West, Story Quarterly, Hawaii Review, The Penguin Review, Utter, Dasein, The Square, Good Fat and others. His column, Some Women, for the Seacoast magazine The Wire, was compiled in a book and he served as editor for the ‘zine Two-Ton Santa for four years. He currently runs the label Burst and Bloom which releases books and music.