15. January 2017 - 18:00 till 20:00
United StatesDenver4280 Tennyson St80212

At The Inkwell Denver: New Beginnings (Fiction Night), Denver, Sunday, 15. January 2017

It's a brand NEW YEAR. Celebrate the start of something new with At The Inkwell for a night of fiction with Bryan Jansing, Steven Dunn, Levi Andrew Noe and Michael Annis. OPEN MIC INCLUDED. FREE!

BRYAN JANSING is an international, award-winning author. Some of his works include, “Like Clumps of Dried Dirt,” “Bridge Party,” and “A Number on Reality,” in Fast Forward Vol. 3, The Mix Tape (2010), which was the finalist for the Colorado Book Awards. He has also written for Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus. His book Italy: Beer Country is the first and only book available about the Italian craft beer movement. Learn more at .

STEVEN DUNN is the author of Potted Meat (Tarpaulin Sky Press). He was born and raised in West Virginia, and after 10 years in the Navy he earned a B.A. in Creative Writing from University of Denver. He is also the Reviews and Interviews editor for Horse Less Press.

LEVI ANDREW NOE was born and raised in Denver, CO. He is a writer, wanderer, yogi, entrepreneur, and amateur oneironaut. His flash fiction collection Rain Check was published in August 2016 from Truth Serum Press. His works are in Connotation Press, Boston Literary Magazine, Bartleby Snopes, and Literary Orphans, among many others. Levi is the editor in chief and founder of the podcast Rocky Mountain Revival Audio Art Journal.

MICHAEL ANNIS—poet, writer, playwright, radio commentator, founder & senior editor of Howling Dog Press—has published many of the world’s modern giants of fiction, drama, poetry and art. His projects-in-process include Brave New World Order [1994 CO Gov. Arts Award, Literature; revised/expanded 2015-2017; illustrated by David Allen Reed], Howling at the End of the Wor(l)ds (collected poetry, Vols. I, II, III), and The White Rose of Stalingrad (screenplay). In 1986, his full-length drama, Voices in Soft Sculpture, was produced on the national Jerry Lewis Labor Day Telethon, and starred actor John Savage. In 2007, he edited, designed, and published Cost of Freedom: The Anthology of Peace & Activism, featuring over 100 artists, poets, and writers from the US/Canada, that received written accolades by Harry Belafonte, Noam Chomsky, Ralph Nader, Howard Zinn, Pete Seeger, Attorney Gen. Ramsey Clark, and Thom Hartmann, among others. Michael is the creator of the OMEGA series of online anthologies, including the forthcoming OMEGA8: Clan Between the Wor)l(ds. Since 2013 he has been the Denver Metro Producer for the annual international literary/arts festival “100,000 Poets for Change.” He is the Literary Director of CHURN magazine, and has judged several different state literary awards competitions.

Sunday, 15. January 2017, Denver, At The Inkwell Denver: New Beginnings (Fiction Night)

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