Dead Rabbits Reading Series NYC: March Reading

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Hoppy March, Bunnies! We're back with these fab rabbits:

CHELSEA FONDEN is a poet and flash fiction writer living in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. Her work has appeared in Stylus, I Want You To See This Before I Leave Zine, and the Electronic Encyclopedia of Experimental Literature. She has performed throughout NYC at museums, interactive reading series events, and festivals, and she co-founded and runs the Eclipsed Reading Series, which highlights NYC writers who refuse to be cast into shadow. Chelsea has also taught creative writing workshops and coordinated literary events at homeless shelters and after-school programs. Other than writing, she enjoys plants, discussing her feelings, and cute dogs, particularly Samoyeds.

LEE MATTHEW GOLDBERG is the author of the novels SLOW DOWN and THE MENTOR from St. Martin’s Press. He has been published in multiple languages and nominated for the 2018 Prix du Polar. The first book in an international thriller series, THE DESIRE CARD, is out from Fahrenheit Press and the second book PREY NO MORE will be forthcoming in 2019. His pilots and screenplays have been finalists in Script Pipeline, Stage 32, We Screenplay, the New York Screenplay, Screencraft, and the Hollywood Screenplay contests. After graduating with an MFA from the New School, his writing has also appeared in the anthology DIRTY BOULEVARD, The Millions, Cagibi, The Montreal Review, The Adirondack Review, The New Plains Review, Underwood Press and others. Lee is the co-curator of The Guerrilla Lit Reading Series.

BRITT CANTY received her MFA in Creative Writing from The New School. Her work has appeared in Vol. 1 Brooklyn, Heavy Feather Review, Bookanista, The Rising Phoenix Review, New Plains Review, and other places. Britt co-founded and co-curates HIP Lit, a literary event series in NYC, and she's a member of the Board of Directors for Epiphany Magazine. She lives in Queens. You can follow her @BrittCanty.

BERNARD FERGUSON is a Bahamian poet living in Brooklyn, New York. He is most interested these days in writing about that one scene at the end of Season Two of Insecure; how Drake might be an appropriate means to talk about the Caribbean diaspora and the African diaspora at large; and how wrapping his only two arms around you once more might slow the draw of time. Also, Bernard once developed software at the University of Minnesota in the College of Liberal Arts.

KATE DWYER is a writer based in New York. My work has appeared in The New York Times, The Cut, The Paris Review Daily, Literary Hub, POETRY, Teen Vogue, Bon Appétit, TIME, Hyperallergic, Refinery29, and elsewhere. I hold a B.A. in The Writing Seminars from Johns Hopkins University, where I received a Louis Azrael Fellowship in Communications. These days, I’m doing editorial work for tech companies, planning events for a literary organization, and working on a novel about an artist coming of age in Los Angeles.

HANNAH SCHNEIDER is an LA-based writer. She studied fiction and received a BA from Bard College, where she met Kate Stone. They lived together in a house where squirrels nested in the walls for the winter and it drove them insane. She now spends her time writing television and talking to anyone who will listen about the merits of menstrual cups. Hannah is currently developing BLUE CRUSH for NBC. She is repped by Silent R Management and CAA. You can follow her teachings here.