April 07, 2016 at Alley Cat Books in San Francisco.
Mark Ciabattari is the author of Dreams of an Imaginary New Yorker Named Rizzoli, The Literal Truth: Rizzoli Eats the Apple of Earthly Delights (which Kirkus Reviews calls “a delightful postmodern romp, more Calvino than Kafka”) and Clay Creatures, which matches two stories—Ciabattari’s “The Urn” and a new translation of Luigi Pirandello’s “The Jar” by Maria Enrico. Montana-born and raised, Ciabattari long resided in New York City with his wife, Jane, and now lives near San Francisco. His new collection, Preludes to History, will be published in April 2016.
Lynn Mundell, whose flash fiction has been published in Eclectica, Flash: The International Short-Short Story Magazine, Literary Orphans, Oblong, Blink-Ink, Counterexample Poetics, and elsewhere. Look for more of her work soon in Short on Sugar, High on Honey. Bittersweet Love Stories (a collection of 7- to 13-word stories), Thrice Fiction, and Jellyfish Review. Lynn lives in beautiful Albany, California, where she co-edits 100 Word Story.
Peg Alford Pursell is the author of the forthcoming book of stories SHOW HER A FLOWER, A BIRD, A SHADOW. Her fiction has appeared in or forthcoming from Permafrost, RHINO, and the Journal of Compressed Arts, among others, and been short-listed for the Flannery O’ Connor Award. She curates Why There Are Words in Sausalito and is the founding editor of WTAW Press. http://www.pegalfordpursell.com