Tuesday, Nov. 19
964 Perry Highway, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15237
Please join us for the final Coffee Buddha Reading of the Fall. Again we’ll feature an evening of fiction and poetry from two writers with brand new books: Micki Myers‘, IT’S PROBABLY NOTHING and Mason Radkoff‘s THE HEART OF JUNE. Come out and help support these writers and, of course, nothing less than the cause of literature.
Micki Myers is an artist and writer living in Pittsburgh, where she teaches English and raises her children. She writes the food blog Yuckylicious, is a regular contributor to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, and her first book, Trigger Finger, won the Pearl Poetry Prize. Her newest book is It’s Probably Nothing…, a breast cancer memoir.
Micki can be found at www.mickimyers.com
Mason Radkoff lives and writes in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. His debut novel, “The Heart of June,” was shortlisted for the 2012 William Faulkner-William Wisdom Competition. Before becoming a novelist, he restored old houses, and still pounds nails on occasion. He does his best thinking with tools in his hands. www.masonradkoff.com