Bonny Finberg and Jill Rapaport, New Fiction, Downtown Voices

March 11, 2014 at 4:53 pm Leave a comment

On Wednesday, March 26th at 7pm Bonny Finberg is launching her new book, Kali’s Day and Jill Rapaport reads from her debut short fiction collection, Duchamp et Moi and Other Stories.

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Bonny Finberg’s fiction has been hailed by Donald Breckenridge, Fiction Editor of the Brooklyn Rail, Bob Holman, Founder of the Bowery Poetry Club, Susie Bright, Editor of the Best American Erotica series and Publisher’s Weekly. Her work is published in Evergreen Review, Van Gogh’s Ear, Sensitive Skin and Le Purple Journal, and has been translated into French, Japanese and Hungarian. Her work is archived in the Downtown Writers Collection at NYU Fales library, SUNY Buffalo, Ohio State University Avant Writing Collection, the Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas-Austin and the University of Rochester.

Jill S. Rapaport’s 2014 debut collection has received fine praise from a vanguard of American fiction including Arthur Nersesian, Kathrerine Arnoldi, and Paul Beatty. Rapaport’s works has been published in Evergreen Review, Global City Review, Sensitive Skin, Redtape, The Williamsburg Observer, Big Bridge, Found Object, and other publications. Work of hers also appears in the anthologies Up Is Up, But So Is Down: New York’s Downtown Literary Scene, 1974-1992 and The Outlaw Bible of American Poetry, and other collections.


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