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Personal Monsters: Pen Parentis March Literary Salon

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Mark your calendars! Pen Parentis will host its March Literary Salon on Tuesday, March 10th, with an extraordinary line-up of authors who will read from their newest creative works. Cara Hoffman’s critically acclaimed novel Be Safe I Love You was named one of the Five Best Modern War Novels by the London Telegraph and has received recognition from USA Today and The New York Times. She returns for her third appearance at Pen Parentis. Joining her will be Chris Tarry, Canadian writer and musician, whose debut story collection, How To Carry Bigfoot Home, is out March 17th from Red Hen Press, and Nic Esposito, author of novel Seeds of Discent and the essay collection Kensington Homestead.

The authors’ readings and signings will be followed by a Q&A moderated by Pen Parentis founder M. M. De Voe and its new Salons curator, novelist Christina Chiu.

Where: Hotel Andaz, 75 Wall Street, NYC
When: March 10th, 2015 at 7pm
RSVP is recommended, but not required
Admission is free, and open to adults over age 21
Proceeds from book sales benefit Community Bookstore in Brooklyn

Find out more at Pen Parentis.


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