Join Pigeon Pages for their March reading, hosted by Alisson Wood. Pigeon Pages is a literary space where emerging and established writers from all backgrounds are encouraged to nest together. We seek to champion voices that are not always allowed to sing loudly. Pigeon Pages is a literary journal that grew organically from the reading series, Pigeon Pages NYC. The reading series acts as a physical space to host our diverse writers, and the online literary journal is a supportive platform accessible anywhere and to all. Pigeon Pages NYC showcases established and emerging voices in literature side by side every month. Join us for an evening full of pigeons and writers, their favorite things. You can always find them in their online nest at www.pigeonpagesnyc.com or on social media @pigeonpagesnyc.
Laura Sims is the author of Looker, a debut novel. She has published four books of poetry, most recently Staying Alive, and is the editor of Fare Forward: Letters from David Markson. She lives outside of New York City with her family.
Originally from San Juan, Tania Pabón Acosta holds an M.A. in English Literature from the University of Puerto Rico, and an M.F.A. from Sarah Lawrence College. Her work has appeared in Breadcrumbs Mag, The Acentos Review and Pigeon Pages, among others; is forthcoming in Cosmonauts Avenue, Great River Review, Entropy and The Los Angeles Review; and was chosen for AmpLit Fest’s Emerging Writer Showcase 2018.
Pallavi Wakharkar was born and raised in Phoenix, AZ. She currently lives, works, and writes in Brooklyn, NY. Find her on Twitter at @p4llavi.
Spencer Williams is an MFA candidate in poetry at Rutgers University-Newark. She is the author of the chapbook Alien Pink (The Atlas Review Chapbook Series, 2017) and her work has been featured in or is forthcoming from [PANK], Powder Keg, Bat City Review, and ANMLY. Her film work has screened at the Milwaukee LGBT Film Festival and at Fotofocus Biennial. You can find her tweeting mostly nonsense @burritotheif.