dEAD RABBITS L.A.

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Dead Rabbits L.A. is a new reading series in the heart of Los Angeles, hosted at L.A. Wine Chinatown by Will Hagle and Dan Johnson. Featuring emerging and established writers of poetry and prose alike, this reading series aims to bring together the literary community of Los Angeles. We are an open community to writers of all genres - poetry, fiction and nonfiction. We strive for emotion & honesty & intelligence & grace, things that are read as movingly as they were created. Join us for words, drinks, and a whole lot of fun.

Get In Touch:
Email: deadrabbitsreadingla@gmail.com
Twitter: @DeadRabbitsLA
Facebook: Dead Rabbits L.A.

HOSTED BY

Will Hagle is a writer whose work has appeared in publications such as Complex, Noisey, The Outline, Passion of the Weiss, and more. He's working on a novel, Apollo Kids, about an illegal underground music scene that forms on a totalitarian moon colony. In addition to Dead Rabbits LA, he co-hosts Podcast Party: a monthly show in which 3 podcasts are given ~15 min to perform mini-versions of their shows for a live audience. He also hosts his own music podcast, Connecting the Classics, and produces other shows, like Sweet Virgin Brian. He's a writer for Detention, a house sketch comedy team at the Pack Theater. Twitter is @WillyDaSquid. No Instagram.

Dan Johnson: Politics, Culture, Cheap Food, Existential Dread, Los Angeles — Author of Brea or Tar and Catawampusland http://mercatorrejection.com.

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SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

We welcome submissions for reading slots on a rolling basis. If you’re interested in submitting, please follow the guidelines below & send your work to us at deadrabbitsreadingla@gmail.com.

For fiction writers: Send no more than 1,500 words (.doc/.docx/.pdf), along with a brief bio and contact info. Please put [Fiction] in the subject line.

For poets: Send no more than 3 poems (.doc/.docx/.pdf), along with a brief bio and contact info. Please put [Poetry] in the subject line.

For nonfiction writers: Send no more than 1,500 words (.doc/.docx/.pdf), along with a brief bio and contact info. Please put [Nonfiction] in the subject line.

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