Bad Advice from Bad Women

Tiger Bee Press presents Bad Advice for Bad Women, a roaming reading series featuring the best women writing today. 

Atossa Araxia Abrahamian is a freelance journalist and author of The Cosmopolites: The Coming of the Global Citizen (Columbia Global Reports, 2015)

Abigail Bereola is a Brooklyn-based writer and currently the Books Editor at The Rumpus. Her work has appeared in Shondaland, Brooklyn Magazine, Hazlitt, and The Rumpus, among other publications, as well as on The Heart Radio. A 2016 Callaloo Fellow for Fiction, she has also attended Sarah Lawrence College's Summer Seminar for Writers. She aims to be a socially conscious creative and is interested in multidisciplinary work centering around audio, film, and writing.

Cynthia Manick is the author of Blue Hallelujahs (Black Lawrence Press, 2016). A Pushcart nominee with a MFA in Creative Writing from the New School; she has received fellowship from Cave Canem, Hedgebrook, Poets House, MacDowell Colony, and the Vermont Studio Center among others. A winner of the 2016 Lascaux Prize and a 2017 Barbara Memorial Fund Award for Poetry, her work has appeared in the Academy of American Poets; Poem-A- Day Series, African American Review, Callaloo, Muzzle Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, and elsewhere.

Katie McDonough is a reporter at Splinter, where she covers politics and how they intersect with other things. 

Meredith Talusan is senior editor for them., a new LGBTQ+ community platform from Condé Nast. She has received multiple awards for her work on trans-related violence, including a GLAAD Media Award and a Deadline Award from the Society of Professional Journalists. Prior to them., Meredith was a columnist for VICE and a staff writer at BuzzFeed News, and has written for The Guardian, WIRED, The Atlantic, The Nation, and many other publications. They have also written essays for several books including Nasty Women: Feminism, Resistance, and Revolution, and the forthcoming Not That Bad: Dispatches from Rape Culture, edited by Roxane Gay.

Kyle Lucia Wu is the Programs and Communications Manager at Kundiman and the co-publisher of the literary journal JoylandShe is an Asian American Writers Workshop Margins fellow, and has received residencies from the Byrdcliffe Colony and the Millay Colony. She has an MFA in fiction from The New School, and is the party correspondent at Literary Hub. 

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Tuesday, January 16, 2018 - 7:00pm

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