Madeline Cash Presents Earth Angel, in conversation with Anika Jade Levy

April 21st
McNally Jackson Seaport
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In her electric debut, Madeline Cash synthesizes the godlessness of a digital age into a glimmering, sublime, life-affirming collage of stories.

Earth Angel is a book like no other, the paperback that swallowed the smartphone. An Isis recruit, an adolescent beauty queen, and a childless millennial walk into a bar. A Biblical plague rains down head lice, aerial drone strikes, gender non-conforming frogs. An app throws a slumber party for a friendless office worker. Texans in the winter, the Taliban in Springtime, Teslas with ℮☥ bumper stickers, Frozen 5 in Arabic, architectural consistency laws in Laurel Canyon, the longest recorded nosebleed in history.
An unhinged jet stream that is ultramodern and poignantly timeless, capturing the angst of the post-millennial generation.



Madeline Cash attended Sarah Lawrence and lives in New York. Her collection of short stories, Earth Angel, is out now on CLASH. She co-edits Forever Magazine.





Anika Jade Levy is a writer from Colorado. Her work has appeared in Grand, Muumuu House, and The Literary Review. She has an MFA from Columbia University and is one half of editorial at Forever Magazine.


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